We are happy to announce that the application for our spring semester is now open. Students can apply online using the following link:



The programme is connected to the Resilience Framework of the Rockefeller foundation and allied with the Resilience officers and strategies of the City of Rotterdam, the City of Paris, the City of Thessaloniki and the City of Bristol. http://100resilientcities.org/

All students will do research in Rotterdam and in one of the other cities in collaboration with one of our partner universities;

§  ECE Paris in Paris, France,  http://www.ece.fr/school-of-engineering/

§  Aristotle University in Thessaloniki, Greece, https://www.auth.gr/en

§  University of the West of England, Bristol, United Kingdom, http://www.uwe.ac.uk/

At the end of the programme we will invite all partners and students to congregate in a symposium (organised by the participating students) to present the outcomes of this comparative research and share their knowledge and findings. We believe this will give students the opportunity to bring focus from their own professional expertise in their multidisciplinary research project and learn and share knowledge on resilience in a brought sense.


For more information please check our website: https://rotterdamuas.com/programmes/exchange/creating-resilient-cities/

If you have any questions you can contact me, or the programme coordinator Ms. Janneska Spoelman: j.spoelman@hr.nl


The programme is open to 3rd and 4th year students of the School of Built Environment;

§  Architecture and construction engineering,

§  Urban planning and design,

§  Civil engineering,

§  Water management,

§  Facility management,

§  Real Estate management,

§  Logistics management.

For students with a different but related background to the built environment, please contact us. The programme will be offered twice a year (from September till the beginning of February - from February till the beginning of July). The application for the spring semester is open between 1 October and 1 November.


We hope to receive many interested students that want to contribute to a more sustainable, durable, future proof and resilient world!


Warm regards,





Ms. Annekéke van Kekem MA

Policy advisor/ International Coordinator


Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences

School of Built Environment


G.J. de Jonghweg 4-6

Room: B 01.017

3015 GG  Rotterdam

The Netherlands


Phone:   0031-10-7945702

E-mail:    A.van.Kekem@hr.nl


Website:  www.hr.nl



Available monday to thursdays.


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Τετάρτη, 03 Οκτωβρίου 2018
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  • Γραμματεία ΤΜΧΑ ΑΠΘ
    Κτίριο Εδρών (1ος όροφος), Πολυτεχνική Σχολή ΑΠΘ, 
  • 2310 991430
  • info@plandevel.auth.gr