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Master of International Cooperation Sustainable Emergency Architecture


Course Description

The official Master of International Cooperation: Sustainable Emergency Architecture is a unique degree that prepares architects to develop and rebuild communities affected by poverty, conflict and natural disasters. With the need for qualified professionals in developing countries, this course trains architects to provide solutions to large-scale problems generated by massive and sudden change, who can study and conduct research on materials, city planning, economics, environmental and social aspects, all based on principles of sustainability. The program forms part of the Erasmus Mundus Program and is located in Barcelona at the International University of Catalonia. Visit us at http://www.masteremergencyarchitecture.com or http://www.uic.es/en/international-cooperation

Visit the Master of International Cooperation Sustainable Emergency Architecture page on the Universitat Internacional de Catalunya, Barcelona website for more details!

Entry Requirements

University degrees from any of the following areas: Architecture, Urban Development, Construction, Civil Engineering or Design and International Cooperation.

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