Here you can find out about how your course links to sustainability.
ARU has made a commitment to include sustainability in all courses. These resources show how it links to your discipline, and are mapped against the UN's Sustainable Development Goals.
Sustainability has been a part of our academic regulations since 2014 (Academic Regulations 2016, p26–31). As part of the re-approval process, course leaders must provide evidence of how their course links to sustainability. The EfS team monitors this process each year. Find out about the work we have done to build on gaps identified in the reports.
The EfS team has worked in collaboration with staff from across ARU to embed sustainability into learning in new and diverse ways. Read about some of these projects and get in touch if you would like to work with us.
ARU has been recognised by the NUS for the for Whole Institution Approach we are taking to sustainability. We are now mentoring other universities in the UK to ensure that sustainability is embedded across their institutions, too. Find out more.
Join our pioneering Masters programme. Find out more.
Are you interested in doing a PhD in education for sustainability? Find out more.
If your dissertation links to sustainability you could be in with the chance of winning £100 and the option to present at one of the GSI's lunchtime seminar. Find out more.