The postgraduate master course Resilient Spaces addresses the need for professionals able to provide effective responses in the fields of humanitarian emergencies and climate change (natural disasters, climate crisis, man-made conflicts, and pandemic). Today during an emergency crisis or in adaptation processes to climate change, architects and planners have a minimum role in the decision processes. This leads to a poor understanding of the built environment with the definition of spaces with low urban and living quality. Architects and planners must learn how to make their voices heard. On the other hand, International organizations and national governments start to demand better architecture and planning solutions. They are realizing that a better architectural response would solve several future social problems and will decrease the economical investments for climate crisis and emergency relief for future catastrophes.
Work sector for this professional profile focuses include but are not limited to:
- International public organizations
- National and local governments
- Non-Governmental Organizations
- Universities and research institutes
- Private companies with focus on social responsibility
The Postgraduate master course creates a professional profile with high skills in the field of climate crisis and humanitarian emergencies with focus on: physical planning, architecture, technical innovation, cultural understanding while constructing the cultural and social capacities to work with local communities, governments and different professionals in an interdisciplinary framework.