The Master's aims to improve urban mobility in our cities and around the world, which requires not only improvements in technical infrastructure (towards intelligent transport infrastructure, using the Internet of Things, etc.), but also holistic planning, execution and operation. This programme enables professionals from different engineering profiles to be trained by providing the sector's specific competences and a knowledge or deepening of the transition from mobility to a sustainable model, future services and markets and the impact of ICT and energy.
The Master of Urban Mobility is student-oriented with a variety of backgrounds and experiences. The program is addressed to students with a Bachelor of Science, Information Sciences, Computing Sciences, Statistics, Geoinformation Technology, Urban Planning, Geography and/or Economy. Additional disciplines are welcome, as long as students with a solid basis in quantitative approaches to solving problems and verifiable experience in programming, calculus, linear algebra and mathematical statistics.