Our MSc in Climate Change Finance and Investment is dedicated to developing professionals in the field of low carbon finance and investment. Designed around an interdisciplinary foundation of carbon accounting, climate policy and financial economics, the programme will develop your skills and knowledge to help drive the trillions of dollars of new investment needed to face the climate emergency. The MSc has an international focus, looking at the opportunities and challenges across different sectors, financial markets, and levels of national economic development.

Marc Mohajer
Marc Mohajer MSc
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Since graduating, I’ve supported global financial institutions to invest capital sustainably.

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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.

Entry requirements

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Programme structure

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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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