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  • Reykjavik University

    Location: 
    Reykjavík, Iceland
    Type: Msc
    Length: 1.5 year
    Cost:
    9 659€
    Area of Study: Sustainable Energy

    The MSc in Sustainable Energy is a broad-based, highly adaptable programme, based on practical and fieldwork experience. Students study sustainable energy from the perspective of business, science and technology and learn about a wide range of renewable technologies that suit different regions and societies. This includes: geothermal energy, hydroelectric power, wind power and energy efficiency.

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  • Dublin Institute of Technology

    Location: 
    Dublin, Ireland
    Type: Msc
    Length: 1 year
    Cost: Free
    Area of Study: Policy making, Sustainability

    Core Modules:

    • Ecology
    • Climate Change and Policy Analysis
    • Society and Sustainable Development
    • Economy and Sustainable Development
    • Spatial Planning and Sustainable Communities
    • Transport and Urban Development
    • Environmental Law and Institutions II
    • Sust. Devel. & Public Policy in a European Context
    • Research Techniques
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  • Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies

    Type: E-Learning Course
    Length: 2 weeks
    Cost: Free
    Area of Study: Climate Change Resilience

    Cities are responsible for a high share of greenhouse gas emissions released in the atmosphere and are facing multiple climate induced impacts that threat urban populations and assets. 

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  • Dutch Research Institute for Transitions

    Location: 
    Rotterdam, Netherlands
    Type: E-Learning Course
    Length: 56 hours
    Cost: Free
    Area of Study: Transition Management

    Experience and learn about how to capture complexity in urban settings and design co-creation processes for sustainable resilient futures, together with action researchers and experts on Transition Management.

    During the e-learning course we will take a closer look at transition dynamics in cities: how to examine and understand on-going processes by bringing together driving forces and have a ‘hold on’ those who we conceptualise as transition frontrunners.

    Programme:

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  • Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University Rotterdam

    Location: 
    Rotterdam, Netherlands
    Type: Msc
    Length: 1 year
    Cost:
    1 978€
    Area of Study: Corporate Sustainability

    The one-year MSc in Global Business & Stakeholder Management is a world leading Programme dealing with complex sustainability challenges in an integrated manner. This Programme targets elite young bachelor students and educates them to become innovative, ethical business leaders in sustainability. The master focuses on the pertinent challenges of our time.  Food and energy security, air pollution, climate change, business ethics and risk management are increasingly recognized as boardroom issues.

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  • Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies

    Location: 
    Rotterdam, Netherlands
    Type: GD
    Length: 3 weeks
    Cost:
    2 500€
    Area of Study: Urban Greening

    The course is designed for local and national elected representatives, policymakers, city community leaders such as mayors and councillors, high officials in central government, NGOs and private sector, Urban planes and professionals involved in improving the urban environment and wellbeing of the citizens.
    On completion of the course, participants will be able to:

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  • Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies

    Location: 
    Rotterdam, Netherlands
    Type: GD
    Length: 3 months
    Cost:
    5 500€
    Area of Study: Urban Development, Housing

    Designed for urban professionals with at least 3 years of working or research experience, this course offers the opportunity to join part of the specialization period of the MSc programme in Urban Management and Development. Participants can tailor the study programme to their own needs and interest by choosing two of the six offered specialization courses.

    Applicants have to select one of the following 6 specialisations in offer:

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  • Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies

    Location: 
    Rotterdam, Netherlands
    Type: GD
    Length: 4 weeks
    Cost:
    2 500€
    Area of Study: Housing, Policy making

    The course is designed especially for those involved with and/or interested in land, housing and urban policies in developing countries, and countries in transition. Fellow participants have relevant work experience, and include decision makers at the local, metropolitan and national government levels, development professionals, academic teaching staff and professionals from civic society groups.

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  • Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies

    Location: 
    Rotterdam, Netherlands
    Type: GD
    Length: 3 weeks
    Cost:
    2 750€
    Area of Study: Housing

    Social housing as it is understood in the European context faces many challenges in day-to-day practice in the developing world. Alternative housing products, the lack of capacity at local government and/or other institutional structures for social housing need to be considered and addressed. Social housing is understood as an affordable formal housing solutions in the context of this course.

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  • Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies

    Location: 
    Rotterdam, Netherlands
    Type: GD
    Length: 3 months
    Cost:
    5 250€
    Area of Study: Urban Development

    This course offers the latest theory on urban development and management. It guides participants through economic, social and environmental urban theories and links these to the latest management theories, including theories on policies, plans, finances and governance structures. It offers the knowledge to analyse urban development and to manage the cities of the future.
    The course joins the first three months of the Master of Science in Urban Management and Development. It comprises 7 courses of about two weeks each (total of 18 ECTS).

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