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reCity EJMC - European Joint Master Course in City Regeneration

Course Description

The focus of the course is the design of city regeneration, pursued with a holistic approach. The reCity EJMC is based on improving the educational and professional competences in the beneficiaries, necessary to be key actors inside the advanced process of sustainable urban development and renewal, in terms of design, communication, building and management of the city, in conformity with the acquis communautaire, European standards and best practice around the world.

The reCity is split in 2 years. The 2014 edition begins in October 2014 and ends in October 2016. The application deadline is scheduled for 28 November 2014

At the following link you can find the complete Call for Application:
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Entry Requirements

Candidates eligible for the [[reCity EJMC]] are graduates from all over the world, with outstanding qualifications. The estimated number of prospective students to be enrolled is 50 for Category A and 15 for Category B. The admission criteria for candidates to be able to apply as a student to the reCity EJMC is: • bachelor's degree or equivalent (180 credits in ECTS, in a minimum of three years), completed before the start of the course, in thematic fields related to relevant sectors(ISCED97): 5 - Engineering, Manufacturing and Construction; 2 - Humanities and Arts; 3 - Social Sciences, Business and Law.

Course Fees

€ 16.000 for non EU students; € 9.800 for EU students

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