Full course description
In the Seminar Series guest speakers from different societal domains such as government, business, civil society and science present their ideas and latest work in the field of sustainable development, and share their experiences with students.
The aim of the Seminar Series is to learn from each other. For students it is an excellent opportunity to challenge the views of leading scholars, professionals and practitioners, to form their own opinion about the ideas and work presented, to reflect on the practical usefulness of the Master programme, and to meet interesting persons. The speakers benefit from the critical remarks of the students and the exchange of viewpoints.
The Seminar Series is offered throughout the duration of the Master programme. Active participation is required and you have to write a paper reflecting on the lessons learned from the seminars.
The theme of the Seminar Series may differ per year (e.g. ‘Sustainable development in practice: professionals at work’, ‘Sustainable development requires boundary work’, ‘What is sustainable in the end?’)