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What will the cities of the future be like? What skills will be required of professionals to build a smart city? How can we combine technological innovation, urban design, business models, strategy and societal concerns? The international Master’s programme ‘Prototyping Future Cities’ offers integrated education with a multidisciplinary approach in relation to city projects, various technologies and urban studies, thereby offering students a holistic approach to urban expansion and regeneration.
First-year students of the international Master’s programme ‘Prototyping future cities’ are going to Copenhagen for a research trip ‘Self-Sufficient Habitat’. From April 23 to 27, they will be exploring this eco-friendly capital and learning the best practices in sustainable city development.
Andrés Gómez Mares is the first-year Mexican student of the HSE international Master’s programme ‘Prototyping future cities’. He has a Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering of the National Polytechnic Institute of Mexico and came to Moscow to get knowledge in smart city development and train his skills in digital fabrication. Andrés has told us about programme’s advantages, favourite courses, his career goals and students’ life in Moscow.