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Applications for a two-week student design project taking place in London are to close on Monday, 8 May 2017.
The project, which will take place at the University of Liverpool in London from Monday, 26 June to Friday, 7 July, plans to investigate the future of mobility from the perspectives of planning, infrastructure, building design and industrial design and transport design.
The project is open to second year undergraduates (those entering third year in September 2017) studying in the following Schools / Departments:
There are 24 places available. Students who are successful in their application, will need to pay £25 to take part in the project, in addition to your food expenses. Fees, travel and accommodation will be provided.
Students can email their CV and a statement to Professor Richard Barrett explaining why they would benefit from the project and how they are well suited it. The statement should be no more than 200 words.
The aim of the project is to contribute design interventions that will stimulate low carbon and low emission mobility. The outcomes have the potential for direct application into policy design and strategy for urban environments.
The project is supported by the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.
Students who would like any more information about the project should email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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