Universitat Internacional de Catalunya. Master Erasmus Mundus

Universitat Internacional de Catalunya. Master Erasmus Mundus

Beschreibung

The International University of Catalunya in Barcelona (UIC) is a private university established in 1997. The student population counts over 3,000, and set into relation with its 330 professors, the university achieves an excellent lecturer/student ratio. The international approach adopted at UIC is fundamental and 12% of students come from overseas.

Since the creation of UIC, its School of Architecture is shaping instruction towards innovative professional practice with the main priority of providing architects with international training, giving them a good working knowledge of new technologies, and encouraging them to be clear thinkers who are enterprising and capable of meeting the future demands of the market.

UIC offers the Master of International Cooperation: Sustainable Emergency Architecture, which is a unique degree that prepares architects to develop and rebuild communities affected by poverty, conflict and natural disasters. This course may be opted for the second year of the Mundus Urbano Programme.

This UIC master programme aims to establish strategies and criteria for taking action in the areas of urban planning, neighborhood development and implementing architectural projects; while bearing in mind energy efficient systems and sustainability criteria in all areas related to materiality and local cultures. Further, the programme will train experts to provide solutions to large-scale problems generated by massive and sudden change, professionals who can study and conduct research on materials, city planning, economics, environmental and social aspects, all based on principles of sustainability.

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MUNDUS URBANO - Master of Science in International Cooperation and Urban Development in Barcelona
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Universitat Internacional de Catalunya. Master Erasmus Mundus
  • Master
  • Barcelona (Spanien)
  • Oktober
  • 2 Jahre

...or TU-Darmstadt Upon successful completion of the first year in TU-Darmstadt and depending on students' mobility preference, Mundus Urbano students... Lerne:: Urban Development Studies, Conflict management, Urban culture... Mehr ansehen


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MUNDUS URBANO - Master of Science in International Cooperation and Urban Development

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Connor Cox
01.09.2012
Das Beste I grew up in the Minneapolis-Saint Paul metropolitan region in Minnesota, USA. I attended Arizona State University and studied Sustainability with an emphasis on architecture and urban development. In 2010, I began working for a green building consultancy in Phoenix, Arizona that specializes in project management of LEED certified buildings. I plan to focus my future research on transit-oriented development and hope to begin a career in transit planning. The Mundus Urbano program provides me with a unique opportunity to learn about urban development in an international and interdisciplinary context.

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Dozenten

Annette Rudolph-Cleff
Annette Rudolph-Cleff
Programme direction

Professor Annette Rudolph-Cleff coordinates the Mundus Urbano Consortium and the Master's programme at TU-Darmstadt, with the support from deputy directors Jörg Dettmar and Jochen Monstadt to fulfil organisational issues. Annette holds a PhD from Karlsruhe University of Technology and is the head of TU-Darmstadt's chair for Urban Development and Design since 2006. Previously, she taught at the universities of Wuppertal and Karlsruhe. Aside from her teaching obligations, Annette is committed to research projects on energy efficiency and related fields.

Lauren Ugur
Lauren Ugur
Consortium management

M.Sc. Lauren Ugur has been involved with the Mundus Urbano programme since 2007, first as a student, and since 2009 as the programme manager. Lauren is responsible for EU-consortium communication and administration and is currently also pursuing her doctorate as a PhD candidate at TU-Darmstadt, focusing on urban violence prevention.

Pierre Böhm
Pierre Böhm
Programme management - TU-Darmstadt

Dipl.-Ing. Pierre Böhm joined the Mundus Urbano programme as a manager in October 2011 and is responsible for the day-to-day management of the programme and courses held at TU-Darmstadt during the first year. Pierre also pursues his PhD focusing on colonial urban development.