WHAT IS THE NEW ERASMUS MUNDUS JOINT MASTER CCD-STeDe?
The Erasmus Mundus Joint Master on Climate Change and Diversity: Sustainable Territorial Development (CCD–STeDe) is a two-years Master Degree course (120 ECTS) that aims to prepare experts in the area of sustainable territorial development in the context of global climate and environmental emergencies.
The 5 partner universities of the Consortium are the University of Padua (programme coordinator – Italy), Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar (Ecuador), Université Joseph Ki-Zerbo (Burkina Faso), Universidade da Madeira (Portugal), University of Johannesburg (South Africa).
At the end of the courses students will receive a double degree (path 1,2,3) or a joint degree (path 4 – from University of Padua and University of Johannesburg)
IN LINE WITH THE E+ WORK PROGRAMME AND THE EU’S PRIORITIES FOR BUILDING CARBON-NEUTRAL SOCIETIES, UNDER THE ENVIRONMENTAL AND CLIMATE JUSTICE PERSPECTIVE, CCD-STeDe PURSUES THESE OBJECTIVES
Reinforce and disseminate knowledge and competencies and enhance career prospects for young people in the field of sustainable territorial development
Create a network of academic and professional institutions cooperating to increase international dimension and attractiveness
Promote dialogue between academic, state and civil society organisations in the direction of an equal and sustainable change
Respond to societal and labour market needs of talented professionals for just transition
SEND YOUR APPLICATION FOR THE ERASMUS MUNDUS JOINT MASTER CCD-STEDE
From the a.y. 2023/2024 until the a.y. 2026/2027, the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master CCD-STeDe will support 80 talented students from all over the world with study scholarships, and other students with partial support, fee waiver or self-funded, through an inclusive, quality and innovation-driven education. CCD-STeDe is welcoming special needs students, thanks to ad hoc and personalised tools to support their learning path.
Lectio Magistralis “Keep Oil Underground : toward a Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty (FFNPT)”
The Erasmus Mundus Joint Master on Climate Change and Diversity: Sustainable Territorial Development (CCD–STeDe) is delighted to inform you and extend an invitation to the “Lectio Magistralis” of the course “Climate Change and Adaptation in Ecosystems and Societies,” part of the Bachelor of Engineering for Environment and Territory program. This event will be held online on March 04th from […]
The first call for applications for the academic year 2024/2025 is now open!
We can finally announce that from the 29th of November until the 15th of February 2024 you can apply for the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master on Climate Change and Diversity: Sustainable Territorial Development! This call is open to worldwide candidates (EU and non-EU). 20 Erasmus Mundus Scholarships available! CCD-STeDe is a 2-year international and multilingual […]
WEBINAR | Critical cartography and collective mapping: (g)local practices
NOT-AN-ATLAS | Critical cartography and collective mapping: (g)local practices [Keynotes and workshop with kollektiv OrangoTango] // Online | 14.30 – 17.00 (+1 GMT) – KEYNOTE LECTURES: Paul Schweizer – Introduction and coordination: Prof. Salvatore Pappalardo (UniPD) FRAMEWORK: Based on a long tradition of counter-cartographies from the fields of art, science and political activism, we […]