The Master in Management of Sustainable Development is divided into 60 credits, of which 42 are dedicated to teaching and 18 to on-the-job training experience at company sites and to the final project.

Teaching is divided into four basic initial subjetcs (12 credits) and eight specialized subjects (30 ECTS), which take place from early October to late March.

Internships, which are conducted from early April and last for a minimum of two months full-time, are linked to the development of final course draft/project, which must be presented before a jury panel for evaluation. 

 You can view the certification guide and the teaching guides.

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Universidade de Vigo