Graduate at the first Joint Master’s Degree on Sustainable Cities and Communities
Are you interested in growing your expertise in the domains of environment, energy and urban planning?
In this webinar, the Master in Sustainable Cities and Communities will be presented. This Master’s programme is launched in the framework of the EC2U Erasmus+ Project. As a joint program between the Universities of Coimbra, Poitiers and Turku focused on the challenges of the Sustainable Development Goal 11 « Sustainable Cities and Communities », it aims at training future national and international professionals in the fields of environment, energy, urban planning and natural resources.
The Master in Sustainable Cities and Communities provides students with the
opportunity to study abroad and gain multicultural experiences, since each participating University will host one curricular semester.
You Will Learn
|– The objectives of the Master’s Programme|
|– Career opportunities|
|– The structure of the Master’s, namely the mobility outline and the study plan|
|– How to apply to the Master’s Programme|
|– What is an EC2U joint master’s degree?|
Admission RequirementsStudents should have at least a bachelor’s degree (or recognized equivalent) in one of the following areas: exact and natural sciences, life sciences, earth sciences, engineering, architecture, economics and management, and other social sciences relevant for the sustainable cities theme. Students should have a B2 level of English language (CEFR).
Admission DeadlineMay 31th, 2022
Manuel Gameiro da Silva
Professor, University of Coimbra
Professor, University of Poitiers
Professor, University of Turku