How can you benefit from coaching on a Master's programme?
Graduates from the MSc in Climate Change Finance and Investment will typically pursue a career in:
- Carbon credit development
- Low carbon portfolio management
- Renewable energy investment
- Policy or regulatory roles (e.g. with Government or NGOs)
- Carbon trading
- Carbon consulting
- Carbon accounting
- Climate finance management
The success of our programmes within the finance portfolio is reflected in the career destinations of our graduates.Career Outcomes of Past Students
Student Development Team
The Student Development Team will be an integral part of your student experience from day one.
Across your academic year you can benefit from a series of professional development sessions - run by the Student Development Team - that cover a range of topics including:
- Team working
- Job search strategies
- Presentation skills
- Self awareness
For specific and tailored career advice and coaching you can book 1-to-1 sessions with a member of the Student Development Team to discuss:
- CV and application advice
- LinkedIn profile reviews
- Careers guidance
- Interview or assessment centre practice
For general enquiries please email the Student Development Team.
All our MSc programmes have various built-in opportunities to engage with companies; an important step in your skills development and the expansion of your corporate network. Examples of programme-specific opportunities include:
- Guest lecturers
- Group consultancy projects
- Company sponsored dissertations
- Career lounges
We aim to provide our students with interaction across a wide range of businesses, gaining valuable insight into their operations, advice from their key decision makers as well as the opportunity to work on ‘real life’ projects proposed by our industry partners.
Edinburgh Award for Professional Development
Shape Your Own Path
Find out how our students have benefited from participating in the Edinburgh Award.
As part of your MSc programme you will have the opportunity to further enhance your employability credentials by taking part in the Edinburgh Award.
By proactively working on your own development, you can gain official recognition through the Edinburgh Award for professional development. As well as receiving an official certificate from the University, the achievement will be recognised on your Higher Education Achievement Report (HEAR).
Participants are offered individual coaching sessions; peer support networks; a ‘buddy system’ and masterclasses on topics such as leadership and advanced communication.
The Student Development Team is on hand to help you build your confidence and networking skills. By involving our alumni and network of corporate contacts, we are able to ensure that the activities are industry-relevant and give you the opportunity to build your own professional and global networks.
In addition to the Student Development team, there are a number of other services and societies across the university which may help with your professional development, such as:
- Edinburgh University Trading & Investment Club (EUTIC)
- The Business School's Speaker Series
- E Club (Edinburgh Entrepreneurship Club)
- Institute for Academic Development
- University Careers Service