Planning the Cycling City
This graduate level programme unravels urban cycling from a critical and interdisciplinary perspective. We draw on historical and current events and thinking and engage with top Dutch and international experts and leader. Students learn a host of essential skills that support meaningful understanding, developing and fostering of cycling cities.
Together we examine the impacts of history, policy, infrastructure, planning, and culture within the context of urban cycling in the Netherlands. Next to this, the programme invites students to bring and share their personal views and experiences on cycling cities.
As the world’s cycling capital, Amsterdam offers a premier environment for engaging with all of this.
|Academic dates:||17 June - 5 July 2018 (tentative)|
|Housing dates:||15 June - 6 July 2018 (tentative)|
|Academic Director:||Marco te Brömmelstroet|
|Programme Coordinator:||Meredith Glaser|
|Application due date:||
1 March 2018
Applications are open so that people applying for NUFFIC/NFP scholarships can work on their applications. Please note that we will be updating all of our course websites with new information in September.
- 6 ECTS, 3 weeks
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