Apply now: Sustainable Global Technologies (SGT) Studio course

 

Join SGT Studio student projects in East Africa, Nepal or Mexico! SGT Programme offers five real-life development cases for Aalto students in spring 2018 (periods III-V).

In 2017 the multidisciplinary student teams worked in international development projects in Mexico, Tanzania and Greece. The projects focused on water and sanitation-related issues, refugee crisis, sustainable tourism and local economic development.  One example is the Upward Spiral -initiative with focus on sanitation in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

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Teams are formed based on balanced mix of students from different study fields and suitability to each project. Note that some background studies or experience in development is highly recommended. 4-5 students per project team will be selected.

Find out more about the projects in MyCourses page – apply by 16 October!

This post was written by Outi Puukko

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