Summary
The course grants the master degree in Urban Mobility Management and is the result of a collaboration between the University of Coimbra and the University of Porto.
The themes addressed in the different course units will tend to be coordinated among themselves through the integrated analysis of a real problem in its various aspects. The course is geared towards the transmission of knowledge in the specific areas of territory planning, transport and integrated urban mobility management, based on innovative and sustainable policies, principles and strategies. These themes focus particularly on urban and metropolitan issues, but also on inter-municipal mobility in "low-density" territories (at the level of Intermunicipal Communities).

Study plan

 

Access conditions
Holders of a bachelor's degree or equivalent, in Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Architecture, Geographic Engineering, Territory Planning or related areas.
Holders of a scientifically relevant academic, scientific or professional curriculum.

Schedule
Daytime

Number of vacancies
25

Idioma
Portuguese language is preferred

Directors
Álvaro Jorge da Maia Seco (UC) and António Fidalgo Couto (FEUP)

General objectives
This cycle of studies seeks to offer training in the Urban Mobility specialization area, in order to answer to a formative gap in the national market. The course is designed to develop concrete problem-solving skills using international reference models as well as current technical regulations and recommendations. It is intended that students acquire a solid basic training, giving them a competitive advantage when entering the national and international labour markets.

Learning objectives (knowledge, skills and competences)
At the end of the course students should have strengthened their ability to understand and act upon transport systems, as well as have developed skills that enable them to:

- Recognize, identify and characterize problems in the functioning of a transport system;
- Understand and estimate the impacts that decisions at the level of territory planning can have on the performance of the transport system;
- Define intervention strategies and techniques to improve the integrated functioning of transport systems;
- To design, size, construct and supervise different infrastructural elements;
- To propose and evaluate the integrated performance of different alternative solutions, in an integrated perspective of fluidity, safety and environmental emissions;
- Promote teamwork with multidisciplinary training;
- Develop research skills in the field of Urban Mobility.