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IHS is the Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies of Erasmus University Rotterdam. We love cities and work passionately for their development by offering quality, education, research and training. IHS welcomes talented and driven individuals, who want to extend their expertise in the sphere of urban management and development.
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The way land and natural resources are accessed and managed affects the development of equitable and sustainable cities. Growing urbanisation puts pressure on natural resources, intensifies inequality among city stakeholders, increases the risk of disasters and contributes to unsustainable urban development patterns. Read more
This specialisation track offers students state-of-the-art theories and applied research skills concerning the economic development of cities. Read more
Are you interested in solving multiple and complex urban problems related to youth, families and schools? Would you like to earn a master degree in the field of Pedagogy? Become a policy-maker, consultant or researcher by enrolling in the master programme in Educational Sciences. Read more
In the face of continuous urban growth and environmental pressure, the need for smarter and greener cities has never been felt more strongly. Read more
Cities are complex, dynamic systems, influenced by a myriad of stakeholders. Traditional urban planning can no longer accommodate the needs of stakeholders and the processes created by the dynamic nature of urban development. Read more
Loss of biodiversity and natural resources, along with impacts from natural hazards and climate-induced disasters, all have a negative effect on the productivity of cities and the wellbeing of citizens. Read more
The access to adequate housing is a perpetual global challenge and a process often tainted by political, social and economic exclusion and injustice. … Read more