The Smith School of Enterprise and Environment at Oxford University was established in 2008 prompted by the generosity and Commitment of Sir Martin and Lady Smith and their Family. Their commitment reflects widespread recognition that any comprehensive plan to address climate change and the environment requires a deep appreciation of the nexus between enterprise and the environment, as well as research, teaching and engagement programmes.
The Smtih School of Enterprise and the Environment’s Education Programmes include a suite of teaching ranging from supervision of Oxford graduate students to short courses and executive education for practitioners.
The three Core Research Programmes at the Smith School are as follows:
Smith School Course Coordinators are available to answer any questions.
Accommodation is provided as part of the programme at the centrally located Worcester College – one of Oxford’s historic colleges.
Healthcare facilities are on campus
Academic buildings, colleges and accommodation are interwoven throughout the centre of the city of Oxford. Almost all areas accessible on foot or by bike.
Located throughout the city
The programme includes a range of activities and excursionsMany other activities are available throughout the city.
A certificate of completion is provided for this course. Past students universities have provided them a credit equivalency issued by the home institution. This is done on request.
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