THE TU DELFT SUMMER SCHOOL PLANNING AND DESIGN WITH WATER FOR SUSTAINABILITY
The Department of Urbanism of the TU Delft and the Chair of Spatial Planning and Strategy will promote the sixth edition of the Summer School Planning and Design with Water for Sustainability in July 2019. Applications start on January 1st 2019.
The Summer School combines spatial planning, urban design and environmental technology to tackle issues of sustainability, climate adaptation and water management in urban environments. It invites students to understand the theories and practices that bring together water management, urban sustainability and spatial justice and to apply the knowledge acquired in the elaboration of a vision and a spatial plan and design for an area in the city of The Hague in The Netherlands.
The Summer School focuses on the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and The New Urban Agenda, launched in Quito in 2016 as frameworks for sustainable urbanisation.
The aim of the Summer School is to explore the Dutch tradition of planning and design with water and the integration of water management and sustainability into urban development within the framework of the Sustainable Development Goals and the New Urban Agenda.
The Summer School is led by the Delft University of Technology, in collaboration with national and international partners, including the City of The Hague, the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment, the Dutch Delta Programme, ARCADIS, Deltares and others private and public partners.
This school includes site visits, talks with professionals and academics and a short studio-based exercise, where students and teachers will explore possibilities through the elaboration of a spatial vision, the design of a spatial strategy and spatial interventions in the city of the Hague, located in one of the most important Urbanised Delta Regions of the world.
The Summer School takes place at Department of Urbanism the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment of the TU Delft. TU Delft is one of the world’s leading schools of architecture and urbanism . We are located in the city of Delft, in The Netherlands.
There are 80 places available. TU Delft will contact applicants after careful selection on 30 APRIL 2019.
WHO CAN APPLY?
In order to participate you need to be enrolled in a higher education course [However, we also accept students who have graduated recently. Please, explain your situation in your letter of motivation]. The school is intended for 3rd year or up Bachelor or Master students (this means, students who have had at least 3 years of higher education in a discipline related to the built environment / urban development)
FEE AND OTHER COSTS
The fee for the 2018 Summer School is 400 Euros. Payment instructions will be sent to students who have been selected to participate in the Summer School. There are a few scholarships available.
A planning, architectural or design background is indicated, but not necessary. The Summer School welcomes architects, urban planners, engineers, designers, geographers, historians, sociologists, engineers, environmental engineers, and students of other areas concerned with the built environment. However, you must be willing to understand URBANISM.
We are looking for enthusiastic, entrepreneurial, open minded progressive students from all over the world who can help bring back ideas to their communities.
WHAT DOES THE FEE COVER?
Your participation fees cover all activities connected to the Summer School, including social activities, a number of meals, materials, site visits and the final certificate. Fees do not cover accommodation, travelling costs and your normal meals. Students must pay for their own accommodation and food. TU Delft advises you on how to find accommodation in Delft for the period of the Summer School, but you are responsible for finding accommodation. You must be in Delft at least one day before the beginning of the Summer School and you may leave after the delivery of certificates.
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