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International Cooperation: Sustainable Emergency Architecture

The need for qualified professionals that can develop projects and manage urban planning processes in developing countries is clear. We can find the highest urbanisation ratios in the world in these countries and it is here where international cooperation is most needed. If we add to this the impact of an earthquake, tsunami or a war, the situation is critical and intervention is required in architecture and urban planning areas, in order to know how to develop a plan of temporary developments and settlements, with quick construction processes that are efficient under extreme conditions; with the management of the existing resources, offering solutions that can be implemented in this type of situations where unfortunately we must work under different forms of pressure. The purpose of the Master’s degree is to face these situations and it is aimed at preparing future architects and professionals to deal with regional planning and emergency construction projects, i.e., professionals that can arrive at these ‘non-places’ and can use specific tools to apply the appropriate strategies in order to help develop the communities affected by extremely poverty conditions; human and natural catastrophes.

  • Nombre: International Cooperation: Sustainable Emergency Architecture
  • Número de cursos: 1
  • Precio estimado del primer año: 8.580€
  • Rama: Ciencias Sociales y Jurídicas
  • Número de plazas: 25
  • Número de créditos: 60

  • Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura (ESARQ) (Universitat Internacional de Catalunya)

  • Dirección: Immaculada 22 08017 Barcelona
  • Teléfono: 932541800
  • Fax: 934187673
  • Página web: http://www.uic.es
  • e-mail: info(arroba)uic.es

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