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Women in Leadership

7 March 2023

Celebrating the achievements of our alumni on International Women’s Day The University of Cambridge Masters in Conservation Leadership alumni network ( UCCLAN ) comprises 220 individuals from 89 countries. The Masters programme equips its graduates with the tools needed to be the next generation of conservation leaders...

Announcement of the SCLA Fund projects 2022-23

17 January 2023

From working with donors to enhance conservation impact; to using local ecological knowledge in Sudan to maximise conservation values; and using art for conservation in education in Kenya, three Sansom Conservation Leadership Alumni (SCLA) Fund projects have been announced for the 2022-23 round. The SCLA Fund has been...

COP15: UN and Cambridge sign agreement to bolster conservation

12 December 2022

The UN Convention on Biological Diversity secretariat and the University of Cambridge signed a Memorandum of Understanding on day two of COP15, which recognises that the CCI Masters in Conservation Leadership course hosted by the Department of Geography plays a crucial role in conservation capacity building. The agreement...

The Cambridge Masters in Conservation Leadership is a ground-breaking course that equips students with the applied leadership and management skills needed to create positive change in conservation. The Masters is hosted in the Department of Geography and delivered in collaboration with the Cambridge Conservation Initiative in the David Attenborough Building. 

Applications for the 2023-24 course are now closed. Applications for 2024-25 will open in September 2023.