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Erasmus Mundus Congress in India - Prof. Peter Droege represents University of Liechtenstein

The Erasmus Mundus University Rotterdam invited Prof. Peter Droege of University of Liechtenstein  to speak at the congress "Learning for the Cities in Transition" in Ahmedabad, India. His lecture is titled "Towards Sustainable Cities: Urban Development in the Asian, European, and Global Contexts". 
The Erasmus Mundus University Rotterdam invited Prof. Peter Droege of University of Liechtenstein  to speak at the congress "Learning for the Cities in Transition" in Ahmedabad, India. His lecture is titled "Towards Sustainable Cities: Urban Development in the Asian, European, and Global Contexts".



Basis for international cooperation

The congress aims to promote European Higher Education in Sustainable Urban Development, support partnerships between and among European and Asian academic institutions and networks, present the SUSTAIN project and demonstrate its products and outputs, and provide information regarding the practical implications of studying in Europe.

Website SUSTAIN

The seminar is organized by IHS, Erasmus University Rotterdam and Centre for Environmental Planning and Technology (CEPT), India within the framework of the Erasmus Mundus programme "Strengthening Higher Education in Urban Sustainability and Transitions towards Internationalization of Academic Institutions and Networks" SUSTAIN.

Detailed program

Various goals of SUSTAIN

  • To develop innovative learning packages on Sustainable Urban Development.
  • To promote collaboration and international cooperation between European and Asian Higher Education Institutions in SUD.
  • To improve the quality of Higher Education in Sustainable Urban Development (SUD) in Europe and partner Universities in Asia.
  • To establish links and bridge Higher Education and practice in SUD.
  • To increase the employability of students