Join this NEW summer programme focused on complex, global problems facing cities. The first program will focus on urban challenges in Chennai, India.
Program Dates: May 14, 2019 – July 19, 2019
Delivery: Online, Singapore + Chennai, India
The Urban Resilience Program is a summer programme for undergraduate and graduate students from multiple disciplines focused on complex, global problems facing cities. This is an opportunity to collaborate with students from University of British Columbia (UBC), Yale-NUS College, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Chennai, University of Cambridge, and Tecnológico de Monterrey, conducting research and project work to address resilience challenges posed by the Chief Resilience Officer of the City of Chennai in India.
This is a non-credit bearing programme.
For more information about the course goals and learning objectives, click here. With mixed-teams involving students from the five participating universities, the program consists of the following 4 components (each component is mandatory):
CIPE covers the programme fee, which includes:
Participating students are expected to cover:
Limited need-based aid is available to help students cover airfare costs to Chennai.
Interested students should apply directly on Symplicity to the posting “Urban Resilience Summer Program in Chennai” with a CV/resume, an unofficial transcript and a personal statement. Detailed application instructions will be made available in the posting.