Baltic University Programme Finland’s cooperation partner offers a possibility for students interested in sustainability and urban planning:

What? Sustainable Cities in the Nordic-Baltic Region 2019
Where? Tallinn, Estonia
When? October 31st-November 3rd, 2019

It is time for Sustainable Cities in the Nordic-Baltic Region!

Sustainable Cities in the Nordic-Baltic Region brings together 20-25 talented students from the Nordic-Baltic countries into an innovative and multidisciplinary four-day intensive 5 ECTS course around sustainable urban planning.

Are you interested in sustainability and urban planning? Would you like to participate in a case-competition in a multidisciplinary and international team, and gather academic course credits for your contribution? Then look no further: This Nordic 5 ECTS course and competition gathers 20-25 students from the Nordic-Baltic countries to share ideas and work together on a real-life planning case, taking on the challenge of developing sustainable cities. If you are a master-level student studying for example urban planning, architecture, landscape-architecture, geography, natural sciences, arts management or social sciences you are welcome to apply to the course! The application deadline is September 8th.

All course expenses are covered (organized travels, meals, programme) and the course enables you to network with your fellow colleagues in the Nordic-Baltic countries, as well as central stakeholders.

The course will be arranged every autumn during 2019-2021, each time in a different Nordic or Baltic city. This year the competition is arranged in Tallinn. The themes of this year are mobility, well-being and seasonality.

To ensure an equal participation from all the Nordic-Baltic countries and different disciplines, we kindly ask you to make a preliminary sign-up for the course. Write a short motivation letter on why you would like to be chosen. Please remember to ensure with your professor/responsible teacher that you’ll get 5 ECTS at your home university prior to applying to the course. The form opens Wednesday July 3rd and closes on Sunday September 8th.

Interested in the course? Please read the course description before applying (pdf)!
If you are interested in how the predecessor project to this one, Nordic City Challenge looked like, please visit the website

Questions? Please contact:
Jonna Similä, Project leader, Sustainable Cities in the Nordic-Baltic Region
Hanasaari – the Swedish-Finnish Cultural Center, jonna.simila(at)hanaholmen.fi, +358 40 649 5454, www.hanaholmen.fi

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