Management of Urban Infrastructure course – Part 1

The Chair Management of Network Industries at Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), directed by Prof. Matthias Finger, is happy to announce the release of the first free Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), on February 16th 2016, on the Management of Urban Infrastructures.

This course is offered by EPFL, and diffused through the Coursera platform. The MUI MOOC provides an introduction to the principles of urban infrastructures management. In this MOOC, you will learn these principles from practitioners (City of Geneva, Veolia, Boston Consulting Group, CarPostal), Experts (The World Bank) and Academics (EPFL, CUNY).

The Course is structured in four blocks:

  • Block1: Introduction to Urban Infrastructures
  • Block2: Basic principles in management of Urban Infrastructures
  • Block3: Management of Urban Energy Infrastructure
  • Block4: Management of Urban mobility Infrastructure

Besides fulfilling the mandatory requirements to obtain the course certificate from Coursera, the participants can also write an optional case study to win a prize! The 3 best case studies will win a tuition waiver scholarship to enrol in the IGLUS professional training program in Fall 2016.

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You can find more information about the course and subscribe here.

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