The Greening Africa Together network is an initiative of the Technisches Universität Berlin (TU Berlin) to empower african youth in the fight of climate change and tackling the ecological emergency through local based projects with the participation of african and european students.Wednesday 07 April 2021
UPC is part of this network and we are looking for 8 master students willing to participate in these projects. All of them are related to green technologies, adaptation and mitigation of climate change. The projects are developed through online teamwork in multidisciplinary and international teams, and the implementation on field will be at the end of the semester, if traveling is then possible.
The project teams are conformed by students from several universities of the network, always ensuring a good balance between European and African students.
Be the case that the summer school and implementation on the field can be carried out, the Centre of Development Cooperation (CCD) of the UPC will cover the travel expenses up to 1.400 euros per participant. The members of the teams must participate in the compulsory online workshops, coordinated by TUBerlin. These sessions will take place every two weeks, on Thursday at 3 p.m. (Barcelona time).
Incorporation to the projects is planned for 15th of April, and has no cost for the student. The projects will last for 6 months, at the end of this period of the global conditions allow it, the summer school will take place for the implementation of the project, in a trip of 2 to 6 weeks. A good level of English is mandatory.
Students interested must send their application before 12th of April by email to , including a short résumé (1 page maximum) and a motivation letter in English, indicating for which project is the application.
List of projects admitting international students this semester.