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Online Seminar on Climate Change

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This seminar aims to raise awareness for the challenges and possibilities for landscape architecture in the context of climate change. The course is conceived as an introduction into this broad issue. The main objective is to provide an overview of how landscape architects can contribute to the implementation of mitigation and adaption strategies on regional,

Master in World Heritage and Cultural Projects for Development

Master in World Heritage and Cultural Projects for Development

The fifth edition of the Master in “World Heritage and Cultural Projects for Development”, will take place from 15 October 2012 to 14 October 2013. The Master starts with distance learning (from 15/10 to 21/12/2012), followed by residential learning in Turin (from 28/1 to 23/5/2013), and then finalization of the students’ project documents in their

Summer School “Green Urban Spaces”

International Summer School “Green Urban Spaces” is a two weeks course for primarily - Landscape Architecture students. Also other variations of architecture and urbanism disciplines are welcomed http://summerschool.webnode.sk/

MiniMeeting is BACK

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Hello Elasians! We are pleased to announce the dates for the minimeeting to be held here in Edinburgh in the Spring of 2010 in order for you to check your schedules and think about participating. Organisation and plans are evolving well and we are pleased to see the return of the minimeeting to the ELASA

ELASA Education Questionnaire 2009

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The following questionnaire has been created in order to gather responses from students across Europe on all issues relating to their educational experience. The questionnaire covers course content and teaching, gaining work experience and jobs, international exchanges, resources and support. Please take 10 minutes (that’s all it takes!) to fill in the simple questions. By