Smart Cities and Urban Policy
The Smart Cities and Urban Policy Graduate degree program provides an in-depth understanding of new and transforming metropolitan areas and their competitive environments.
Designed for students with a strong mathematical background and an interest in economics, this program involves applying advanced quantitative methods to the study of new and transforming metropolitan areas and their challenges.
Teaching is resolutely professional-oriented, relying on a combination of methodological teachings and real-world case studies. Students get the opportunity to apply learnings through up to nine months of industrial internships.
Furthermore, the professional orientation of the program is strengthened by the strong and mutual links with industrial and institutional partners from various and relevant fields: real estate, finance, energy, international organizations and ministries.
Applicants must hold or expect to hold an undergraduate degree in Economics, Mathematics, Civil Engineering and/ or Transportation Studies prior to the beginning of the program.
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