For over 45 years, the Master in Environmental Studies (MES) program has remained one of the most diverse and globally renowned graduate programs of its kind. By recognizing the importance of an interdisciplinary approach to understanding complex environmental and social justice issues, the Faculty of Environmental Studies (FES) has developed a program offering you the opportunity to explore your own research within a dynamic and supportive structure. Our MES program grants you the flexibility to depend your research over two years of full-time study and allows you to design and customize a program that meets your academic and professional objectives.
Events for Prospective MES Students
Learn more about our Graduate programs and speak with Environmental Studies admissions experts, professors, and current students.
|Thursday, September 24, 2015||6:00-7:30pm||PhD Only||Room 109 HNES building|
|Tuesday, September 29, 2015||12:30-2:30pm||MES Only||Room 141 HNES building|
|Thursday, October 29, 2015||6:00-7:30pm||MES/PhD||Center for Social Innovation Robertson Building at 215 Spadina Avenue|
|Tuesday, November 3, 2015||12:00-2:00pm||How to Apply to Graduate School||Room 109 HNES building|
|Thursday, November 26, 2015||6:00-7:30pm||MES/PhD||Room 140 HNES building|
|Wednesday, December 2, 2015||6:00-7:30pm||MES/PhD||Online Webinar|
|Thursday, January 21, 2016||6:00-7:30pm||MES||Room 140 HNES building|
|Thursday, February 4, 2016||6:00-7:30pm||MES||Online Webinar|
|Thursday, February 25, 2016||6:00-7:30pm||MES||Center for Social Innovation
Robertson Building at 215 Spadina Avenue
Join us for a Graduate Information Session — REGISTER ONLINE
You can register for our Information Sessions online. You will receive an email confirmation/reminder a few days before the event.
- MES Program Details
- MES Planning Program
- MES/JD Program
- Graduate Diplomas
- Fees and Funding
- How to Apply
- Guide to Competitive Applications