Short course on New Technologies and Changing Behaviours (15-18 March, University of Oxford)

The next course in the Global Challenges in Transport Oxford Leadership Programme at the Transport Studies Unit runs from 15 to 18 March, 2016. The theme is ‘New Technologies and Changing Behaviours,’ incorporating sessions on changing mobility cultures in different geographical regions; the dynamics of behaviour change; and new and smart transport technologies. Key speakers include Dr Robin Hickman (UCL), Dr Lorraine Whitmarsh (Cardiff), Prof Graham Parkhurst (UWE), Dr Tim Schwanen (Oxford).

The four-day residential course is aimed at early to mid-career researchers, practitioners and policy-makers who will be the future leaders in the field of sustainable transport. This is an opportunity to debate with, and learn from, world-leading faculty and professionals.

The course includes 21 contact hours, and is  accredited by the UK Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport. The course is delivered in collaboration with the Saïd Business School as part of the Oxford Leadership Programme.

Further details about the programme are available at .

If you would like to apply for one of the remaining places, please contact Anna Plyushteva on

The course fees include 3 nights’ full board en-suite accommodation at Kellogg College, University of Oxford; attendance at all sessions; refreshments; teaching materials and course guide. The fees are as follows:

Corporate rate: £3,500
Academic rate: £1,500
PhD rate: £500

Information on limited funding opportunities is available from

Future courses in the Global Challenges in Transport programme coming up in 2016/17 are:

Governance, Policy and Delivery (28 June – 1 July, 2016)
Infrastructure, Development and Finance (6 – 9 Sept, 2016)
Health, Wellbeing and Urban Mobility (2017, date TBC)



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