After finishing the programme, students can find work as:
- City managers, who can understand the full potential of information technologies in order to optimize the efficiency of their cities, and are capable of implementing new principles that can improve a city’s performance;
- Architects, who understand the city in all of its aspects and are capable of engaging in urban design;
- Private sector specialists, who are engaged in developing, maintaining and/or managing a city and its urban services and products, and who are also capable of integrating IT developments into work processes;
- IT experts, who can understand the performance of a city with the end goal of developing new applications, which can be implemented on a city-wide scale.
Webinar 'Future of Urban Learning'
Find out what skills will be required for an urbanist in the future, and what professional challenges he will face. The webinar was conducted by Nadya Khort, coordinator of the Master's programme 'Prototyping future cities'.
In the section 'Student internships' you will find interviews with students of the Master's programme 'Prototyping cities of the future'. They will describe the skills acquired for future employment during the internship.