Apoorva Rathod

Architect/Sustainable Development, India, Class 2012-2014

The presence of a diverse student body and international faculty made this one of the most important learning experiences of my life, and opened up avenues and opportunities previously unfathomable to me.

Daniela Sanjines

Architect, Colombia, Class 2011-2013

This experience has not only given me a global perspective on urban issues but has also prepared me to work in a multidisciplinary and multicultural environment.

David Kostenwein

Urban and Regional Planner, Austria, Class 2011-2013

I can easily say that this program has changed the way I see myself as a professional.

Venkat Aekbote

Architect and Planner, India, Class 2011-2013

The course offered an atmosphere to grow amidst some of the best minds in the world.

Blanca Calvo

Architect, Catalunya, Class 2011-2013

Mundus Urbano gave me the opportunity to learn a more holistic approach towards urban development.

Jamileh Montazer Torbati

Applied Mathematics and Urban and Regional Planner, Iran, Class 2011-2013

It has been such a unique experience with my Mundus Urbano's that I would say I got a family and an academic, social, cultural network from 7 continents.

Polina Koriakina

Architect, Russia, Class 2011-2013

From my point of view, during the study students developed professional skills, reinforced their own identities, acquired a quality to be able to adapt to any kind of situation and environment – to be prepared to any kind of disaster.

Elena Mozgovaya

Manager, Russia, Class 2011-2013

Among the points I especially appreciated in the program is its flexibility and a ”personal touch“ : because of the group size and uniqueness of the program, you have opportunity to tailor it to your needs and interests.

Pulendran Tharmendra

Business Administrator, Sri Lanka, Class 2011-2013

I would highly recommend the Mundus Urbano programme for students searching for an unforgettable international experience.

Alessa Bennaton

Architect, Honduras, Class 2010-2012

Applying for the scholarship and participating in the program opened a range of possibilities that I have only begun to explore.

Ana Livi

Architect, Brazil, Class 2010-2012

Now I have a broader and more critical view on the urban issues and I feel more confident to act in international cooperation and urban development.

Natasha Aruri

Architect, Palestine, Class 2008-2010

What remains unaltered is gratitude for experiences made and lessons learned, pride of having endured and succeeded, and a conviction that I have become a better practitioner and scholar thanks – particularly – to this program.