New MSc programme coming up in 2017
Programme MSc MADE
The master focuses on our cities and metropolitan regions, which face the challenges of sustainability and quality of life in a fast urbanising world. Issues of mobility and logistics, water and waste management, energy and food security, health and well-being are at risk.
Therefore, MSc MADE brings together multidisciplinary teams of students in Amsterdam to address questions such as: How to keep our metropoles connected? How to safeguard its vitality? How to aim for the circular city? MSc MADE aims to provide innovative education and deliver excellent, interdisciplinary engineers with the theoretical grounding and practical skills to deal with the complex challenges of cities.
On the Programme of MSc MADE page you can find the general outline of the programme and more information on what you will learn.
As an MSc MADE graduate you will be an expert on one hand and an integrator on the other, able to create synergy between specialists from other disciplinary backgrounds. You will be a boundary spanner at a firm or at a government, a pioneering researcher aiming for a PhD, or an innovator ready to start your own business.
Application and admission
The master programme is subject to approval upon accreditation and will then be launched in September 2017. However, it is already possible to apply for admission for this joint-degree programme.
The additional requirement for starting the master is that you have successfully finalised the self-paced MOOC Sustainable Urban Development, Discover Advanced Metropolitan Solutions.
Find out more about the specific Admission requirements and the application procedures.
Get into personal contact with one of the representatives of Wageningen University & Research. Learn more about all the possibilities.