Urban Housing, Equity and Social Justice

Adequate Housing from a Human Rights and Gender Perspective

Study programme

This programme focuses on evaluating the complex process of providing adequate housing from a human rights and gender perspective.

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Why study this programme?

The access to adequate housing is a perpetual global challenge and a process often tainted by political, social and economic exclusion and injustice. In this programme you will learn how to devise the best possible mechanisms that foster accessible, affordable, available, acceptable and adaptable housing.

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Career prospectives

Graduates will be able to apply different assessment tools including stakeholder analysis,housing needs assessment and climate change adaptation strategies in housing.

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Factsheet summary

Official CROHO name
M Urban Management and Development
Programme name
Urban Housing, Equity and Social Justice
Instruction language
12 months
Campus Woudestein, Rotterdam
Tuition fees (2021-2022)*
  • €14,200 (Statutory fee: Dutch / EEA students)
  • €14,200 (Institutional fee: Dutch / EEA students)
  • €14,200 (Institutional fee: non-EEA students)
  • * €1000 tuition fee early bird discount for admitted students who submit their tuition fee by 1 June. Not applicable to scholarship awardees.