Application period: 15 October 2016 - 12 January 2017

Applications for the August 2017 intake of students (for the first semester of 2017-2018), will start on Saturday, 15th October 2016 and end on Thursday, 12th January 2017.

Applicants must submit online applications at https://inetapps.nus.edu.sg/GDA2/Home.aspx

MSc (Environmental Management) programme candidates must submit personal statement. Pelase write a brief account of yourself, reasons for wanting to pursue the programme and employment history and experience gained from your work. The statement must not be more than 400 words.

Important: The University has not engaged any external agencies to undertake student recruitments on its behalf. Candidates interested in our graduate programmes are advised to apply directly to the University and not through any agents. Candidates who apply through agents will not have any added advantage in gaining admission, and the University reserves the right to reject such applications without giving reasons.

 


 
Conference

9-11 NOV 2016
CONFERENCE ON ATTAINING THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS – ENVIRONMENTAL LAW, POLICY & MANAGEMENT

2016 is a year of milestones. This year, the NUS Law School's Asia-Pacific Centre for Environmental Law (APCEL) celebrates its 20th Anniversary. Two degree programs focusing on the environment – the Master of Science in Environmental Management (MEM) and Bachelor of Environmental Studies (BES) also celebrate their 15th and 5th Anniversaries respectively. To celebrate, APCEL, MEM and BES are coming together from 9 - 11 November 2016 with a line-up of distinguished speakers who will share their expertise and insights on achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

We will focus on the law, policy, science and management of SDG Goal 12 - Sustainable Production and Consumption; Goal 13 - Climate Action; Goal 14 - Life below Water (Sustainable Oceans); and Goal 15 - Life on Land (Biodiversity Conservation).

These events will culminate with the Fourth Asia Environment Lecture. The speaker will be Dr Andrew Steer, President and CEO of the World Resources Institute.

Conference

[Conference e-Brochure] [Asia Environment Lecture e-Brochure] [Event Registration]


    MEM Programme:
    Seminars and Field Trips for Semester One, 2016-17

Date Seminars: Field Visit1
05 August 6.00 PM Welcome Ceremony and Inaugural Seminar
The Road from Paris – Implications for Business and Society
-- by Mr Constant Van Aerschot, Executive Director, Business Council for Sustainable Development, Singapore
 
12 August 6.00 PM Climate Change: First-hand witness – MEM Students in Antarctica
-- by Ms Prerna Shah and Ms Quang Nu Tuong Nhan
 
26 August 11.30 AM

Engineering – EA 02-11
Nanotechnology Enabling Innovations Towards Sustainability
-- by Dr Lerwen Liu, Managing Director of NanoGlobe Pte Ltd

Registration is Required
http://www.eng.nus.edu.sg/etm/events/seminarseries.html
 
27 August   BL5102 (Prof Chou Loke Ming) (8.30am to 1pm) Field Trip Study Location TBA
Location: Pulau Hantu
03 September   EIA Fieldtrip (Mr Richard Reidinger) 8.30amLorong Halus Power Plant
16 September Nature inspired innovation in an Engineering Organisation
-- by Dr Richard Kwok, Chief Technology Officer and Executive Vice President, Singapore Technologies Kinetics Ltd

 
30 September Construction and the Sustainable Development Goals: the role of research and knowledge transfer
-- by Prof. George Ofori, Department of Building, NUS
 
03 October 4.00 PM

LT31-01-01 - Science Auditorium
The Role of Community Engagement in Conserving Singapore Natural Heritage - N-Parks
-- by Ms Linda Goh, Director (Biodiversity Information and Policy), National Parks Board

Registration is Required
https://myaces.nus.edu.sg/CoE/
 
21 October The Legal and Policy Implications Relating to Developing the Colombo Port City in Sri Lanka
-- by Dr Asanga Gunawansa, Legal Consultant, Asian Development Bank

Seminar open for registration:
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To register for this MEM Seminar please click REGISTER HERE

 
11 November 5.00 PM Asia Environment Lecture
-- by Dr Andrew Steer, President and CEO, World Resources Institute, Washington DC