Master in Urban Development in India

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Urban Development

The benefits of a Masters extend beyond improving your earning potential. They can provide you with personal and professional skills to accelerate your development. They are also an opportunity to differentiate yourself from your peers, many of whom will have similar A-level and undergraduate qualifications.

A Master in Urban Development is a degree that aims to teach the tools and techniques about the design and development in contemporary cities and regions. It will provide a multidisciplinary education that includes the study of society, culture, politics, ecology and economics related to urban areas.

India, officially the Republic of India, is a country in South Asia. It is the seventh-largest country by area, the second-most populous country with over 1.2 billion people, and the most populous democracy in the world

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M.Plan. in Urban Design, Sustainability and Conservation

Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology
Campus Full time 2 years July 2018 India Bangalore

The Master of Planning in Urban Design, Sustainability, and Conservation, prepares students with the knowledge and skills to understand and analyze urban areas as spatial structures, social networks, cultural landscapes, and service systems, and to design better, and more inclusive and sustainable urban environments responsive to the particular natural and cultural identities and heritage of the place. This course invites students to engage with cities in a multidisciplinary way to propose local solutions to global issues like climate change and migration, and to protect heritage values. It offers a multi disciplinary approach to urban design and conservation that critically engages with ideas of sustainability and resilience, urban and regional, and development and community. [+]

Best Masters in Urban Development in India 2017/2018. M.Plan. in Urban Design, Sustainability and Conservation From small neighborhoods to large metropolitan centers, urban areas in India today are in a state of rapid growth and transformation. Rapid urbanization and relentless globalization threaten to erode, diminish, and erase the cultural heritage (tangible and intangible) along with irreparable destruction to the natural environment of places. We believe that a deeper understanding and engagement with the cultural heritage and natural environment and ecology of particular locales will lead to creative and innovative strategies to protect heritage values while reaching for inclusive and sustainable goals in the design of urban landscapes. The Master of Planning in Urban Design, Sustainability, and Conservation, prepares students with the knowledge and skills to understand and analyze urban areas as spatial structures, social networks, cultural landscapes, and service systems, and to design better, and more inclusive and sustainable urban environments responsive to the particular natural and cultural identities and heritage of the place. This course invites students to engage with cities in a multidisciplinary way to propose local solutions to global issues like climate change and migration, and to protect heritage values. It offers a multi disciplinary approach to urban design and conservation that critically engages with ideas of sustainability and resilience, urban and regional, and development and community. The course is a program of the UNESCO Chair in Culture, Habitat, and Sustainable Development at Srishti. As such, students will gain familiarity with international (and national) norms and standards... [-]

Master of Urban Management

CEPT University
Campus Full time 2 years July 2018 India Ahmedabad

Habitat Managers play an important role in understanding and managing the complexities of our towns and cities. Indian cities are growing at a very rapid pace and as cities grow in terms of population and expand in size, they need constant attention to maintain the existing structures and manage the future expansion. Habitat Management is an upcoming field requiring specialized knowledge of urban management practices and core management principles. Habitat Managers focus on understanding how towns and cities function and they strive to improve the technological, operational and financial sustainability of cities with the aim of improving liveability. [+]

Master of Urban Management Faculty of Management – CEPT University Habitat Managers play an important role in understanding and managing the complexities of our towns and cities. Indian cities are growing at a very rapid pace and as cities grow in terms of population and expand in size, they need constant attention to maintain the existing structures and manage the future expansion. Habitat Management is an upcoming field requiring specialized knowledge of urban management practices and core management principles. Habitat Managers focus on understanding how towns and cities function and they strive to improve the technological, operational and financial sustainability of cities with the aim of improving liveability. The two-year Master’s Program in Habitat Management leads to the award of the Master of Habitat Management (MHM) degree. The program launched in 2013 aspires to bring about notable changes in urban India by creating a pool of high quality professionals dedicated to management of human habitats. The program helps students develop skills to address complex problems like enhancing long term efficiency of urban services, improving day-to-day functioning of cities and finding ways to improve financing of urban systems. The program focuses on inter-disciplinary training while developing skills of effective management. Teachers are drawn from practicing professionals who bring practical experience to the classroom and academics that complement the teaching with theoretical and critical approaches. This program opens up new avenues for young professionals to upgrade their capacities and credentials, and seek employment with local governments, international development agencies, management companies, infrastructure... [-]