Every project has a different focus. You can express your preference for the project that suits your interest and professional focus best.
After working on a project in Rotterdam you will work with one of the partner cities in the 100 resilient cities network on a project with a similar topic. The research in the partner city will take place on site in the shape of a two week pressure cooker.
Below, you find a general project description of the three projects that have run during fall 2018. These description give you a general idea of what you can expect.
The project descriptions describes the focus of the project.
During the project you will be able to formulate the exact research question, within this framework, together with your fellow students (groups of three) after consultation with the client and lecturer.
During fall semester 2019 we will work with Paris and Bristol and during spring semester 2020 we will work with Thessaloniki and Belgrade.
The final project description will be published after you have enrolled for the programme.
After enrolling you will be able to express your preferences in a letter of motivation and during an interview. You receive information about the procedure once you have successfully subscribed. Students will be divided over the projects by the organisation of the exchange programme taking into account the preferences of the students as much as possible.