CANactions
Broadening horizons:
CANactions School opens
a satellite in NL!
After 10 years of driving transformation processes in Ukraine and integrating the most relevant world experience in the sphere of architecture and urbanism into Ukrainian context, this autumn, CANactions is happy to announce the start of the postgraduate international program in the Netherlands.
Satellite in NL

In addition to our main location in Kyiv (Ukraine), CANactions School opens a satellite for postgraduate studies in the Netherlands offering a program with the focus on interdisciplinary research, strategic urban design, and planning.

Starting from 2019, the satellite will study the global phenomena of migration of people & knowledge and its local spatial implications by means of exploring real-world urban conditions, best practices and spatial planning models in different cultural contexts — within and beyond the 'West'.

Program 2019/20

We are excited to start the international program with a joint event between CANactions School and our Dutch partners from the Independent School for the City — the Spring School in Rotterdam in March 2019. Moreover, the two schools will launch the full Curriculum in autumn 2019.

Based on combining methodologies of two non-formal educational institutions — the Independent School and CANactions School, — the postgraduate program is aimed at training the new generation of well-educated urban professionals who are able to conduct a qualitative research, develop integrated strategic proposals, and apply them to real-world conditions of urban areas in various scales and geographies.

By means project-based learning, the program will empower students from different fields to advance holistic thinking and strategic design skills — which are essential for today's Urban Development experts. In addition, working in a mixed — multidisciplinary and multinational — group will facilitate the professional and cultural exchange between the students through the learning from each other under the supervision of experienced international experts.

The program's teaching staff will be composed of curators, tutors, lecturers, and invited experts from the wide international network of CANactions School and the Independent School for the City who have a vast professional experience in both academia and praxis and are well acquainted with contemporary challenges and trends in the cities of both 'developed' and 'developing' countries.

Interested in finding out more about the School program and its curators? Follow the upcoming news on the CANactions website and contact us via: info@canactions.com
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