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  • SHAPE Projects
    Newsha Modjrian and Nerxhana Tallushi of the class of MUrCS 2020,  together with three other Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) students, participated in  the SHAPE Sustainability Impact Projects, organized by The British Academy (BA) and Students Organising for Sustainability (SOS-UK).  This brought together students from different disciplines across social sciences, humanities, and the arts, to develop solutions … Continue reading
  • EMJMD event in Albania
    Student-to-be Paola Zhamo participated in a national event for selected EMJMD students.
  • Urban Ecology: Dresden & Lahti
  • MUrCS experience Finland 2022
  • UHU spring boat trip
    Excursion 19 February 2022
  • UHU Field Trip 2022
    Photos from a student field trip (Urban Soils Remediation module) to “Sotiel Coronada” in Huelva, January 2022.
  • Huelva Architectural Tour 2022
    MUrCS student newcomers to UHU, on city tour January 12, 2022.
  • Induction 2022 at UHU
    Last updated on January 12th, 2022
  • Proceedings 2021
    Click this link to read the complete MUrCS Proceedings 2021!
  • MUrCS Journey
    Students visited several sites with showcasing nature-based solutions on 25 November 2021.
  • Graduation 2021
    The 2nd intake of MUrCS graduated on 23 November 2021. Under the current restrictions, it was not possible to hold a full graduation ceremony but some students were able to receive their academic gowns and diploma in person.
  • Climate Proofing Glasgow
    Last updated on November 27th, 2021A student project by Rabeya Begum, Oksana Ananyeva, Aira Valdez and Nichamon Rattanakijanant from the MUrCS 2019 cohort: https://www.gcu.ac.uk/assetmanagement/media/gcalwebv2/beamresearchcentre/BEAM_Climate_Proofing_Glasgow.pdf
  • Buildings & Cities article
    An article based on MUrCS students work: Climate Adaptation in Cities: Planning for Heat Vulnerability
  • Continued financing!
    We are delighted to announce that a continuation of the MUrCS approach has been selected for EU co-funding!  This secures financial support to the programme till 2026. Building on the success and lessons from MUrCS, the aim of the new Master of Urban Climate and Sustainability1.5 (MUrCS1.5) is to produce high calibre graduates to understand, assess … Continue reading