The 19th Urban Management Program commenced October 16th 2023, with 26 students from Mexico, Peru, Afghanistan, Germany, India, Iran, Russia, China, USA, Colombia, Thailand, Kenia, Costa Rica, Korea, Chile, Japan, Sweden.
The 17th Urban Management Program commenced October 18th 2021, with 22 students from the following countries: Egypt, Lebanon, Nepal, Colombia, Mexico, USA, Palestine, Thailand, Argentina, Indonesia, Chile.
The 18th Urban Management Program commenced October 16th 2022, with 21 students from Mexico, Peru, Afghanistan, Germany, Syria, India, Iran, Russia, China, Canada, USA, Taiwan, Colombia, Thailand.
Camilo Esteban Ortiz Prieto, 2023
Muhammad Nur Fajri, 2023
Ananda Manandhar, 2022
Timothy James Lazaroff, 2021
Mohammad Arifuzzaman, 2020
Climate Change Vulnerability of the Urban Poor in Dhaka City: A Case Study of the Korail Slum.
Itzel Berenice Maria Magdalena Garcia Mejia, 2019
Understanding the factors influencing active mobility of teenagers through their school travel behavior in Aguascalientes, Mexico.
Efrosini Alexia Collazos Masanovic, 2018
Does Space Produce Fear or Does Fear Produce Space? Theories and practices on urban safety from a gender perspective. – The analysis of city experiences through the eyes of Nairobi women
Daniela Bonilla Estrella, 2018
Governance structures and urban-rural linkages in intermediate cities. Case Study: Cuenca-Ecuador
Antonia Burchard-Levine, 2016
Towards a Transit-Oriented Affordable Housing (TOAH) Strategy in Mexico City
Mariana Alejandra Enríquez Portillo, 2017
The Effects of Voluntary Exclusion: Gated communities in Chihuahua, Mexico
Swapnil Rohidas Kangankar, 2017
Prototypical Low-Impact Housing for Mumbai’s Expanding Middle-Income Group: Lessons from European Cohousing
Aline Peres dos Santos, 2016
Impacting Quality of Place: the Case of Self-organised Initiatives in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Adele Catherine Vosper, 2016
Using Walkability to Support Healthy Aging
Evandro Davi Holz, 2016
Towards a Self-Managed (Urban) Resilience - A Case Study in Social Housing
Daniela Roque Montes, 2015
Car Dependece Factors in Mid-sized Cities. The Case Study of Ensenada, Mexico
Lukas Terrence Hoye, 2015
The transitional urban spaces of a post-apartheid South Africa. Existing practices to ameliorate safety and an investigation on current crime patterns and perceptions of safety in the Pretoria CBD
Alejandro Martin Rodriguez, 2014
Landscapes of Homogeneity? Experiencing the Gated Suburbia in Istanbul and Buenos Aires
Ana Luisa de Moraes Azenha, 2014
Governance in Public Services in Brazil and the June Events Case Study: São Paulo Transportation System
Maria del Pilar Ospina, 2013
Formal and Informal Planning Strategies Encouraging Private Developers to Realize Inclusive, Mixed-use Housing Projects: Urban renewal in Berlin’s post-industrial waterfront Spree area
Ana Maria Buriticá Alzate, 2013
Social Housing Macro Projects and Local Capacity: The Case of Ciudad Verde in Soacha, Colombia
Nancy J. Cole, 2013
Getting to Zero Waste in the City. The Case of Oakland, California
Shaikh Muhammad Mehedi Ahsan, 2013
Resilient Cities for the Poor or by the Poor? A Case Study from Bangkok
Laura Bright-Davies, 2013
Urban Environmental Sanitation in Nepal. An assessment of community-scale, decentralised wastewater management in Nepal, and the potential for a community-led urban environmental sanitation approach in Tansen
Anissa S. Febrina, 2009
Actors and Technology in the Shaping of Urban Transport Network in Jakarta, Indonesia
Adriana Barbosa Dantas, 2008
Brownfield Redevelopment in Rio de Janeiro. Housing vs. Public Participation in the Manguinhos Area
Mohammad Hamidul Islam Chowdhury, 2007
Solid Waste Service Delivery for Slum Areas Through Strenghtening Partnership Between Local Government and NGOs. An analysis of the existing public-private partnership between Dhaka City Corporation and Non-Governmental Organizations towards inclusion of slum dwellers
The 2018/19 Urban Management class carried out a case study project in Kosovo. In collaboration with Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH and the Municipalities of Pristina and Fushe Kosova, the students work focuses on real-life waste management issues, especially regarding Construction and Demolition Waste (CDW). The report assesses the current situation before developing an adequate alternative propose on how to deal with CDW which is based on several findings through research, interviews and discussions. It then gives incentives based on the gained knowledge and relates them to the legal framework of Kosovarian law.
The 2015/16 Urban Management class carried out a case study project in Kosovo. In collaboration with Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, the University of Pristina and the Municipality of Pristina, the students worked on the assessment of a waste bank model in Dardania, Pristina. Eeight years after achieving independence, the country was confronted with a variety of challenges, the provision of such services as solid waste management being on of them.The report includes summaries of Kosovo’s development and the legal framework of the waste management sector, and focuses on the students' findings and proposals regarding public budget implications, waste data collection, management systems and more.
The 2010/11 Urban Management class carried out a case study project within the framework of the GIZ program titled 'Municipal Development and Rehabilitation of the Old City of L'viv' in L'viv, Ukraine. The study included suggestions for physical interventions and strategies for improved governance in pilot areas of the old city center. (Carsten Zehner and Lukas Born)