MSc MADE students visit Sydney

The Master program Metropolitan Analysis, Design and Engineering (MSc MADE) is the result of the collaboration between AMS Institute and its partner universities TU Delft and Wageningen University & Research. MSc MADE focuses on our cities and metropolitan regions, which face the challenges of sustainability and quality of life in a fast urbanising world. Issues of mobility and logistics, water and waste management, energy and food security, health and well-being are at risk. Therefore, MSc MADE brings together multidisciplinary teams of students in Amsterdam to address questions such as: How to keep our metropoles connected? How to safeguard its vitality? How to aim for the circular city ? MSc MADE aims to provide innovative education and deliver excellent, interdisciplinary engineers with the theoretical grounding and practical skills to deal with the complex challenges of cities.

For their first international study visit, the MSc MADE students traveled to Sydney last February. The MADE and TU Delft students teamed up with students from the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) for an interdisciplinary course on smart water and mobility. Curious about their blog? >> . The students’ trip to Sydney was also featured in an article in Resource, Wageningen University’s magazine (in Dutch).