During this program, you will be partaking in 4 modules: modules 1 and 2 online at your own pace, module 3 in-residence in Munich, Germany at the Technical University Munich, and module 4 in-residence in Rotterdam, the Netherlands at Humankind HQ. During these 4 modules, you will witness and learn about the extraordinary experiments that European cities have implemented to transform their streets. Academics, professionals, and community experts will be your guide to reimagining the the street.
By learning key academic materials online, much of your time time in Rotterdam and Munich will be spent learning outside of the classroom, with experts who will take you around the city by cycling, walking, and taking public transit to showcase key locations that were transformed by street experiments.
2022 Cohort by Numbers
Each year, we draw students from the EIT Urban Mobility Master School, with limited positions open for external students, filled on a rolling basis. Apply early to maximize your chances to learn from our international team of instructors and peers!
ONLINE via COURSERA – Experience the best of #streetexperiments week on Coursera virtually at the Technical University of Munich as we bring you practitioners from around Europe to share their experience on implementing street experiments.
ONLINE via EIT VIRTUAL CAMPUS – Take a virtual tour through the Hague, Tel Aviv, and Barcelona to help you deconstruct the street and reimagine it with people-friendly infrastructure, one element at a time. The final project invites you to make a visual impact by creating your very own “Flying cars” animation!
IN PERSON at TUM MUNICH – Spend a week in residence in the beautiful and historic city of Munich, Germany as you witness street experiments in progress. Learn from leading academic faculty teach while applying your knowledge in group projects, all while enjoying the green campus of the Technical University of Munich.
IN PERSON at HUMANKIND ROTTERDAM – Spend your final week in residence in the bustling city of Rotterdam, the Netherlands to see the best of Dutch transportation planning in action. From bicycle highways to grassy trams, the team at Humankind will be your guide to the transformation of a modern city.
Registration for External Students
20 March 2023
Early Bird Deadline
15 April 2023
15 May 2023
3 July – 22 July 2023
Week in Munich, Germany:
23 July – 29 July 2023
Week in Rotterdam, Netherlands:
30 July – 5 August 2023
- Examine the connection between accessibility, mobility, and placemaking using the street as a laboratory.
- Evaluate the success of street experiment projects.
- Identify how experiments can trigger systemic change in mobility systems
Imagine a world where human experience takes center stage when designing urban mobility systems. We unleash various perspectives through which people can experience their streets, neighbourhoods, and cities. Visual communication is an important way to showcase your vision of how a great street experience merges the human and traffic elements of the streetscape.
Join the Course Today!
Up to 15 positions are reserved for external students to join our EIT Urban Mobility Masters cohort! Your tuition includes:
- World class instruction from leading academics and practitioners
- Dutch-style bike rental in Rotterdam
- Guided tours and excursions
- Catered vegetarian lunches on all lecture days
- Two group dinners and celebratory drinks
- Dedicated private session of Coursera course “Street Experiments for Sustainable and Resilient cities”
- Access to lecture and classroom materials
- Signed certificate upon successful completion!
- Remaking the Street welcome pack with t-shirt, notebook, and tote bag
External tuition is €2500 + 21% VAT
Frequently Asked Questions
Your course admissions and course details are set by the EIT Urban Mobility Master program office. Please direct your queries to the internal program office or to the Remaking the Street staff using this form.
Good news – your tuition includes Dutch-style bike rental in Rotterdam! You are expected to book your own travel from your home to Munich, Germany and from Rotterdam, Netherlands to home. Upon arriving at Munich airport, you should purchase a weekly local public transport ticket that you will use throughout the week for excursions. You are also expected to book intercity travel between Munich and Rotterdam (high speed rail recommended).
We want to offer maximum flexibility to our external students, so you are responsible for organizing your own accommodations.
UPDATE: *Final space remaining – you can apply until we’re full.* The tuition for candidates who submit their applications after 15 April 2023 will pay the regular tuition of €2500 + 21% VAT.
In short: If you are interested, you should apply! While internal candidates are drawn from the EIT Urban Mobility Master program, there are no formal requirements for external applicants. We are looking for candidates with enthusiasm about the intersection of street experiments, urban design, and mobility. Whether it is to expand your knowledge from degree programs, online learning, work experience, or community activism, we endeavour to help you make an impact in your community.
It’s a simple application form as we want to make sure we are a good fit for each other! You are evaluated on two quick questions indicated on the application form plus information on your CV.
Early bird admission decisions were sent by 21 April 2023. Regular admissions are decided on a rolling basis. Please contact us if you need an earlier decision for visa or other administrative purposes.
The scholarships for 2023 have already been awarded. Please check back for the 2024 cohort.
Change your Street. Transform Your City.
Get started today with Module 1 - Planning the Streets of the Future!
EIT Urban Mobility
Technical University Munich
(Chair of Urban Structure and Transport)