Internationally, cities and business pose a significant challenge to sustainable development, both environmentally, socially and economically. In the future, up to 70-80% of the world population will live in cities, and thus it is important to handle the challenges they pose. It is significant that planning is done across sectors and professions likeenergy, water, waste, urban planning, etc. Thus, it is necessary to be able to think across sectors, analyse consequences in multiple areas and include stakeholder such as citizens, companies and environmental organisations.
The Master of Science Programme in Sustainable Cities at Aalborg University Copenhagen will cover issues of engineering such as waste, energy, water resources and transport, as well as political science, green growth and different forms of impact assessment. The graduates from this Master of Science will be educated in being capable of creating the framework for the Sustainable Cities of the future, where economic, social and environmental purposes are integrated in new ways.
Study at Aalborg University in Copenhagen
The Master of Science Programme in Sustainble Cities is taught at Aalborg University in Copenhagen. Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark and has approximately 2 million inhabitants. As a student at Aalborg University Copenhagen (AAU-Cph), you can enjoy the many cultural and spare time activities that Copenhagen has to offer.