SUSTAINABLE, HEALTHY

CITIES: BUILDING

for the FUTURE

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Students will explore the potential to learn from the past, together with present technologies and practice, in order to design healthier cities for the future; and to retro-fit today's urban spaces to cater for new sudden challenges and emerging stresses across the range of environmental, social and economic contexts. A key emphasis will be a focus on Venice, exploring how artists, architects, urban developers and denizens have responded to regenerate the built environment, and everyday urban living.

  1. Undergraduates from a range of disciplines
  2. Master and PhD students
  3. People with a professional interest

3 days left to apply

WHAT YOU

will GET

Explore issues at the forefront of climate change
This studio will examine the relationship between health and sustainability in Venice, a city at the forefront of climate change action.
Discover the Venice Biennale of Art
You will visit the Venice Biennale. Tickets are included in the programme.
Get a certificate from Kellogg College, University of Oxford and the Prince’s Foundation.
All participants receive a certificate of participation from Kellogg College, University of Oxford and the Prince’s Foundation.

EXPERTS and
LECTURERS

David - Howard
University of OxfordDavid Howard
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Matthew - Hardy
Prince's FoundationMatthew Hardy
About

PROGRAMME

YOU WILL LEARN

Food and Urbanism

Soft mobility / active travel

Morphology of sustainable cities

Energy / Carbon in construction

TUITION
FEE

350€Reservation fee
or
1650€Full price

INCLUDES:

  • Classes and tuition
  • Study files and materials
  • Tickets to museums and exhibitions that are part of the schedule
  • European Cultural Centre exhibition catalogue
  • Welcome and graduation events
  • Goodie bag with a map of Venice, notebook and a pen
  • Personalised graduation certificate
  • A list of recommended hotels and restaurants.
  • Not included: flights, accommodation and food
What i need to apply?
2022Deadline: 30 May 2022
27.0608.07

FAQ

I am not studying architecture / urban planning / sustainable development. Can I still join the course?
Will this course focus on COVID-19’s impact on the city?
Where will the courses take place?
Should I take any materials with me for the course?
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