Our new Master School is now open for students to apply!
Aalto University, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC) and Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) will welcome our first students in September 2020.
The programmes integrate leading technological knowledge with training in innovation and entrepreneurship. These are double degree programmes to be EIT labelled*.
A unique Summer School is included addressing critical real-life challenges while visiting two European cities, as well as internships at companies and cities across Europe.
We start offering two different Master Programmes.
MSc Sustainable Urban Mobility Transitions
The world’s cities are changing, but not enough. New technology, business models, and global priorities are transforming the way we get around. Regional planners and urban engineers are under pressure to prepare for and exploit these transformations to help bring about an urban environment that consumes fewer scarce resources, contributes less to climate change, and provides more liveable neighbourhoods and workplaces. To accomplish this, competences beyond the traditional urban planning and civil engineering disciplines are required, along with entrepreneurial skills to drive change that puts innovations into practice.
MSc Future Mobility Markets and Services
The Future Mobility Markets and Services programme prepares graduates to create and improve new mobility models, logistics strategies and business and digital transformation, with close interaction with relevant stakeholders. Mobility as a Service, Vehicle Sharing, Internet of Things, Micro-mobility and other new emerging developments are disrupting the mobility ecosystem and new markets and services are envisioned. The programme takes a holistic approach to the study, design, development and evaluation of Urban Mobility Markets and Services and integrates innovation techniques with entrepreneurial skills, to provide young graduates with the tools they need to implement new ideas. The programme is aimed to educate world-wide leaders in the urban mobility sector.
For more information about the programmes click here.
* Subject to EIT assessment and approval.