International double degree
Mundus Urbano produces advanced graduates who can innovatively address the complexities of the phenomena facing the world's urban populations, mostly in developing countries and emerging economis. The consortium structure of the program allows students to pursue a double degree in International Cooperation and Urban Development with specialisations in Development Economics (Rome), Sustainable Emergency Architecture (Barcelona) or Urban Planning (Grenoble).
Since the programme started in 1997 it has produced more then 200 graduates. These work in academia, in public institutions, in international- or in non governmental organisations.
Structure of the Programme
Master of Science International Cooperation in Urban Development (M.Sc. Mundus Urbano)
Masters Thesis in the form of written academic paper.
Course duration: Four semesters. Beginning of course yearly in the first week of October.
The Masters Programme is taught in English language
Course structure and Credit Points
The curriculum is structured into modules, which are broken down further into training units. All modules are defined by their contents, learning outcomes and number of credit points that can be earned in the course according to the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). The total two years course requires 120 credit points (CPs), normally divided equally into 30 CPs per semester.
The training units are taught five days per week.