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Rupsa Chakraborti is an urban planner and a human geographer. She decided to come to the Netherlands and enrol in a Post-graduate course in Sustainable Urban Development at IHS.
Dr Daniel Adamu, former PhD candidate at IHS, has recently defended his doctoral thesis. Find out more about his experience in this article.
Last year, a couple of our Urban Management and Development Master students, Nadia Cortes and Esteban Zuluaga from Colombia, held a Webinar on the Orange Knowledge Programme Scholarship.
More than half of the world population lives in cities. With booming urbanization, we have not only achieved unprecedented progress, but also high levels of crime, violence and conflict.
Aida Bubic is an IHS alumna and an expert with decades of experience in architecture and urban planning. She has been working as an urban planner within the Municipality of Rotterdam for over 24 years
Pamela Sinprasong graduated from the Urban Environment, Sustainability & Climate Change master's track of the Urban Management and Development programme this September.
Mario Villalba Ferreira defended his master thesis on Inter-Municipal Cooperation this past November at the Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies.
Climate change, resilience, data, co-creation and sustainable development: insights from the Resilient Cities conference
IHS UMD student Danilo Cançado attended the Resilient Cities 2019 Conference, organized by ICLEI and co-hosted by the city of Bonn.
Did you know that every year here at IHS we welcome more than 200 students from over 45 nationalities?
María is an IHS alumna who graduated from the Urban Management and Development Master's.
A guide to applying at IHS, Erasmus University Rotterdam
The Netherlands is ideal to study Urban Management, with good case practices from the field at every step.
The Search Year is a great way for international students in the Netherlands to ease into the local job market.
The concepts of urbanism and urban planning have been around for as long as cities have existed.
Getting the opportunity to study in one of the most diverse cities in the Netherlands is very exciting! On the other hand, realizing what preparations must be taken for the studies can be very scary.
Over the past few years, the Netherlands has grown to be one of the most attractive destinations for higher education in the world with a rapidly increasing number of internationals.
Oleksandra comes from Ukraine, and joined the Urban Management and Development Master programme in 2015, choosing the Urban Strategies and Planning specialisation.
June is Architecture month in Rotterdam and thus, a great opportunity for urban management enthusiasts to overbook their agendas with niche events from the very generous offer.