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Scholarships now open for the LSE Executive MSc in Cities

LSE’s Executive MSc in Cities equips urban professionals in the public, private and third sectors with the skills needed to improve the way their organisations understand and deliver change in cities. A key priority is ensuring outstanding candidates without the means to meet the full costs of study are able to participate in the programme.

LSE Cities is pleased to announce that applications for the Urban Age Scholarships are now open. The scheme is funded through the Urban Age Programme, a joint initiative between LSE Cities and the Alfred Herrhausen Gesellschaft, the international forum of Deutsche Bank. Tuition fee awards up to £15,000 are available for candidates working in the private, public and third sectors.

The deadline for applications is 12.00 GMT (noon), Monday 26 March 2018.

Watch our video for a quick introduction to the programme. Visit our network page to learn more about our participants.

In other news:

PODCAST: Philipp Rode, Executive Director at LSE Cities, launching the Resource Urbanisms: Asia’s divergent city models of Kuwait, Abu Dhabi, Singapore and Hong Kong report.

Metropolitan Indicators
This new research project aims to develop a system of comparative indicators and collect the corresponding data for a range of major cities and metropolitan areas.

Precarious Homes
Precarious Homes is an Urban Age research project examining current approaches to housing in Addis Ababa, Nairobi and Dar es Salaam.

New Climate Economy: Coalition for Urban Transitions
LSE Cities is co-leading research into how to finance the transition to more sustainable cities and what policy tools are available to do so.

Incremental Infrastructure
A research project to identify, design, and prototype sanitation interventions in the context of marginalised and peripheral communities in Delhi.

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