Sustainable Urban Mobility Transitions

The ABP master track Sustainable Urban Mobility Transitions is part of the EIT Urban Mobility Master School, which trains students to follow a holistic approach in study, design, development and evaluation of a sustainable, inclusive and resilience urban environment.

Study objectives

Sustainable Urban Mobility Transitions (SUMT) is a master track where students implement a holistic approach in facing different issues traditionally faced by architects and urban planners, civil and transport engineers, and political scientists.

You will learn practical skills and broad knowledge of theories and concepts in urban planning, transport, and sustainability. This includes gaining the ability to identify and assess short- and long-term future consequences of plans and decisions and having insights in the role of transport and mobility in creating an inclusive, resilient, and sustainable built environment.

Study structure

The track is a double degree program. You will spend one year each at two different universities--the “entry” university and the “exit” university. All choices are located at a leading university in Europe in the field of urban mobility: TU/e, KTH, Aalto University and UPC Barcelona Tech. Graduating students will be awarded two master’s degrees, one from each university where they carried out their studies.

The track has integrated technical content and business content (Innovation & Entrepreneurship – shared between all programs). An integral part of the second year is a Master’s thesis (30 ECTS).

You can download and overview of the track SUMT together with the ABP-CME course overview (including electives and detailed information like timeslots) in the Downloads section.

Overview of the track SUMT
More information about the curriculum of the track SUMT can be found here. On this page you can also download the ABP-CME course overview (including electives and detailed information like timeslots).