- The student is able to use prior knowledge in an integrated way
- The student is able to broaden/deepen prior knowledge especially including (more) quantitative analysis methods and non-technical knowledge and methods
- The student is able to make an integrated plan for urban development underpinning choices and methods
- The student is able to balance different interests resulting from different themes and objectives
- The student can operate as a member of a professional advice team. The team is responsible for its own organization and planning
- The student is able to present the results in different format for different audiences
Students work in a multi-disciplinary team to make a design for a complex urban environment. Based on a solid problem analysis (incl. traffic analysis and stakeholder analysis) alternatives are created and assessed using an evaluation method to be designed by the team itself. The client will indicate which alternative needs to be detailed in the last phase of the project.|
Explicit attention is paid to the different levels within the client organization (steering committee, expert level) and the different ways information can and should be presented given these levels (formal/informal).
The products to be delivered include a report, a summary report, a poster, a pitch and an individual writing assignment.