- Curriculum and subjects
- Lecturers and professors
- Methodology and evaluation
- Theses and research projects
Study programme and subjects 2018-2019
|Subjects in course||Type||Term||ECTS|
|Bottom Up Strategies for Urban Regeneration||OB||Sem.1||3,00|
|Environmental Justice. Urban Development||OB||Sem.1||3,00|
|Governance, Participation and Social Design||OB||Sem.1||3,00|
|Humanitarian Shelter and Settlements||OB||Sem.1||6,00|
|Introduction to Emergency and Urban Development||OB||Sem.1||3,00|
|Participation As a Tool for Upgrading||OB||Sem.1||3,00|
|Participatory Planning. Community Design||OB||Sem.1||3,00|
|Socio Spatial Workshop for Integrated Urban Upgrading||OB||Sem.1||3,00|
|Urban Growth and City Resilience||OB||Sem.1||3,00|
- ECTS: European Credit Transfer System
- Term: calendar term
Students must attend a minimum of 80% of the theoretical-practical classes.
All students will be assessed during each seminar. In January, each student will present a written report using the research basis developed during TERM 2 –STUDIO PROJECT to a committee, summarising the structure and content of the dissertation.
At the end of the course, the student will defend the dissertation in front of an academic and/or professional committee, which will contain sector specialists and experts.
In the third part of the course (TERM 3 – STUDIO PROJECT), students will prepare their dissertations, which will be supervised by their tutor. Students can select a topic from the following areas: international cooperation, sustainable urban development and emergency architecture.
In the third part of the course, students will attend conferences given by experts, who will talk about different subjects related to the programme. Students will also participate in sessions in which they will receive guidance on writing for research purposes.