The Executive MSc in Cities is designed for public, private and third-sector leaders who want to deliver large-scale change in cities. Based at LSE Cities, a leading international centre that has informed global urban practice for the last sixteen years, we deploy the Centre’s global network of city leaders and the School’s leading urban specialty faculty to put the latest ground-breaking research to business and public action.
The executive programme provides specially designed, interdisciplinary courses focused on applied research and methods, and a modular teaching programme, designed to meet the needs of leading professionals from international, national and metropolitan organisations as well as companies and corporations involved in shaping the urban world.
It delivers an integrated set of executive level courses that work across complex and connected issues helping you to analyse urban projects and policies from rigorous economic, social and environmental perspectives. You will have the opportunity to interact with highly experienced practitioners from city governments, planning and transport departments, as well as experts from research centres and institutions, development and design professions, urban consultancies and infrastructure providers from the UK and abroad.
The Executive MSc in Cities is a transformational programme that provides skills and knowledge to enhance career prospects and expand options in the area of public and private urban practice.
Executive MSc in Cities
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2:1 degree in any discipline or equivalent professional qualification, plus, typically, a minimum of 10 years of professional experience in an urban related public/private/third sector, or another sector. English Standard level.
Recipient: London School of Economics and Political Science
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