Our MSc in Climate Change Finance and Investment (formerly MSc in Carbon Finance) is dedicated to developing professionals in the field of low carbon finance and investment. Designed to develop your understanding of how the challenges of climate change are driving trillions of dollars of new investment in a huge range of sectors, including energy production, housing and infrastructure, the programme will also prepare you to deliver this investment with advanced knowledge and skills.

Teaching and Learning 2021–22

For the academic year starting in September 2021, we currently plan to deliver a mix of in-person and digital teaching. Our teaching model will depend on the Covid-19 restrictions in place at the time but we are planning on the basis that all students will be with us in Edinburgh.

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Choosing the MSc in Climate Change Finance and Investment at the University of Edinburgh

Find out from Maurice, who studied Carbon Finance in 2018 (the precursor to CCFI), what it is like to live and study in Edinburgh.

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Entry Requirements

Consult our entry requirements to find out the minimum academic and professional requirements, and for advice on how to build a strong application.

CCFI Entry Requirements
Programme Structure

Browse an overview of the typical structure of the CCFI MSc including comprehensive information on compulsory and option courses.

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Career Development

Our Student Development Team will support your career aspirations by focusing on key skills such as teamwork, networking, and job search strategies.

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Industry Opportunities

The Business School has a number of exciting partnerships with industry, consultants, government agencies and NGOs who work with our students on dissertations and projects.

Engagement with Industry