This programme is open to you if you have successfully completed 120 ECTS points or equivalent (approximately 2 years of study) of a bachelor programme. Students should be able to follow classes, present and submit their work in English and be able to work in an international group of students/researchers.
> Track (Inter)national Disaster, Resilience and Migration:
- Students of all bachelor programmes can subscribe
> Track (Inter)national Disaster, resilience and Climate change:
- a desire to learn more about the environment, biodiversity, ecology and geography and the social impact
A background is recommended in any discipline related to risk management, urbanization challenges, engineering, planning, risk analysis, migration or climate change. The target students to be involved in this programme are mainly planners, architects, civil engineers, social scientists, environmental science students, communication experts, political scientists, engineers, people in healthcare and/or geographers. However, the progamme does not exclude students with another specialisation. Students from outside the Netherlands are strongly invited to participate as their perspective is of important added value for the discussions in class.