The program offers
students an opportunity to enhance their study of urban or regional development
by spending a semester abroad and by studying closely with a faculty member who
has similar interests.
In addition to
gaining access to a Trans-Atlantic network of professionals involved in
development studies, students will gain research experience and access to
expertise on a particular research issue.
This site is the
general site for the exchange program. Each partner university maintains
its own site. After navigating through the general information on these
pages, an interested student should view the pages for his home university and
the particular universities the student is interested in visiting.
page provides basic details about the program, including who is eligible,
program dates, and requirements.
There are three U.S. and three European universities participating in the
Exchange. This page has links to individual pages for each
page has a list of participating faculty by area of research, to help you find
some that matches your own interests.
program: Aspects of the study program are still being finalized, but
interested students can get an idea of what the exchange program will
Look here for information about how students will be involved in the Exchange
Program. Go to individual university pages for more details about student
life, including language requirements, housing, and financial
Although each university has a separate and unique application procedure, this
page answers some basic questions about eligibility requirements. Look
here also for contact information for the project director at each
university. This person will be your primary contact with the