MSc Urban Management and Development

MSc Urban Management & Development: Specialisations

The MSc in Urban Management and Development offers participants the opportunity to tailor their study with one of six different specialisation tracks. Topics covered across the specialisations include but are not limited to climate change, planning, housing, green infrastructure, land and urban economics. During the specialisation period students gain enhanced understanding of a certain aspect of urban management and development depending on their academic and professional orientation and interests. The teaching methods in the specialisation period are designed to emphasize the link between theory and practice. They include lectures as well as participatory methodologies such as workshops, simulations games, seminars and group work.  

Urban Strategies & Planning

Learn about collaborative, strategic & multi-stakeholder planning, place-making & visioning & more

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Urban Strategies and Planning

Managing Infrastructure for Green Cities

Managing Infrastructure for Green Cities

Learn about managing & financing infrastructure assets for greener, more sustainable cities & more

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Urban Competitiveness & Resilience

Learn about statistics, urban economic, policy & network analysis, economic geography, ArcGIS & more

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Urban Competitiveness & Resilience

Urban Environment, Sustainability and Climate Change

Urban Environment, Sustainability and Climate Change

Learn about analysis, monitoring & evaluation of climate change policies, planning & more

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Houses and Buildings view

Urban Housing, Equity and Social Justice

Learn about evaluating the complex process of housing in relation to equity, social justice & more

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Urban Housing, Equity and Social Justice

Urban Land Governance

Urban Land Governance

Learn about managing the complexity of urban land markets, natural resources, land rights & more

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