Graduate Certificate of Climate Policy at Australian National University, Australia

The Graduate Certificate in Climate Policy program offers you the ability to develop a cutting-edge understanding of climate policy through research-driven guidance from some of the leading climate policy researchers worldwide. It addresses fundamental concepts, contemporary issues, and cutting-edge methods for researching and implementing climate policy.

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Description


The Graduate Certificate in Climate Policy program offers you the ability to develop a cutting-edge understanding of climate policy through research-driven guidance from some of the leading climate policy researchers worldwide. It addresses fundamental concepts, contemporary issues, and cutting-edge methods for researching and implementing climate policy. 


One of the main components is learning domestic and international climate policy with a focus on energy and carbon reduction, as well as effectively conveying climate policy. There are electives available in domains of policy that are interrelated and overlap, including food, pollution, disaster prevention, and water. For the delivery of its courses, this program provides online, in-person, and intensive options.

What you will Study

The Graduate Certificate in Climate Policy entails the completion of 24 units selected from a number of fundamental courses to assist upskilling and retraining in this area of national concern for the Australian Government, including:


  1. A minimum of 12 units from the following listed courses:

  • Communicating for Environment and Climate Policy

  • International Climate Change Policy and Economics

  • Climate Change Policy and Economics

  • Climate Change Science and Policy

  •  Climate Change Vulnerability and Adaptation

  1. A maximum of 12 units of the following courses: 

  • Payments for Environmental Services

  • Toxic: Environmental Pollution and Waste

  • Water Politics on a Modified Planet

  • Food Wars: Food Security and Agricultural Policy

  • Disaster Risk Reduction and Management

  • Participating in Public Policy: Citizen Engagement and Public Talk

  • Foundations in Public Policy

  • The Political and Institutional Architecture of Public Policy

Learning Outcomes

  1. Demonstrate your knowledge of the issues with current climate policy.

  2. Dealing with the problems of managing, implementing, and evaluating climate policy issues.

  3. Examine several scenarios' implications for climate policy and practical challenges.

  4. Demonstrate your expertise with the criteria for research that are relevant to the field of climate policy.

Career Opportunities

  1. Climate scientist 

  2. Environmental officer 

  3. Environmental lawyer 

  4. Renewable energy engineer 

  5. Sustainability and climate change consultants

Admission requirements

The minimum educational criterion for complete admission and registration is a Bachelor's degree or an international equivalent with a minimum GPA of 4/7.

English Language Requirements 

  • IELTS- 6.5

  • TOEFL - 80

  • PTE - 64

Tuition Fees and Scholarships

Tuition Fee

  • The annual indicative fee for international students - $23,455.00

  • The annual indicative fee for domestic students - Commonwealth Supported Place. 

Scholarships

ANU offers a range of scholarships to help students with the expense of their education.


You might not be qualified to apply for all ANU scholarships, depending on the conditions of the scholarship and the type of student you are. Information about the specific scholarship application process is provided in the corresponding scholarship listing.




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