Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in the curriculum
Find out how the University is working to allow all students to experience sustainability in their curriculum.
Sustainability is being embedded to different extents across the University’s Curriculum:
- dedicated degree programmes
- core and elective sustainability-focused modules
- a thread through all subject areas within our Schools.
Our students want to see this progress so they can be prepared to thrive in the type of world they will graduate into.
Educator survey on embedding SDGs into the curriculum
See the SRS survey results graphic students produced on our living lab page on the positive impacts, under SDG 4 (Quality Education)
Students want SDGs in their curriculum
Campaigns such as Teach the Future show students nationally want to see sustainability meaningfully embedded in all their courses. Students here at the University of Edinburgh are just as invested.
University of Edinburgh students Sofia Velazquez Pimentel and Hanqi Feng interview fellow students about how they are taught sustainability in their programmes and what they want to see. Catrin Pilkinton and Yiling Ju helped create the video. Four minutes, 22 seconds.