Erasmus Mundus Master of Science in Sustainable Territorial Development
Do you seek expertise in spatial management and sustainable development at the regional and local level (cities, rural areas, industrial districts, etc.)? Do you want to support policies that integrate economic, environmental, international, intercultural, territorial and context-driven dimensions? Are you fascinated by systems of governance and the importance of stakeholder participation? In this interuniversity programme.
Both European and non-European students study together for one semester each at first at the Università degli Studi di Padova (Italy/30 ECTS), then at KU Leuven (Belgium/30 ECTS) and then finally at the Université Paris 1 Panthéon - Sorbonne (France/30 ECTS). The fourth semester is dedicated to an internship and a Master's thesis (30 ECTS) written at the university of the student's choice from among the three aforementioned universities and plus the Universidade Catolica Don Bosco in Brazil.
The extensive experience, international collaboration and multidisciplinaryity insights you'll gained from the Erasmus Mundus Master in Sustainable Territorial Development, will open up new perspectives on the sustainability of territorial use and organiszation while introducing you to various policy tools and management strategies in divergent territorial contexts.
A Bachelor's degree in the humanities, environmental sciences or engineering is required, as well as is knowledge of French and English; basic knowledge of economics is also helpful.