Short course at TSU, University of Oxford: Infrastructure, Development and Finance, 6-9 September

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We have a few places still available for the following short course, which brings together researchers and practitioners interested in sustainable transport. Go to for more information.

‘Infrastructure, Development & Finance’ short course at the University of Oxford, part of the Global Challenges in Transport Leadership programme

6-9 September 2016, Kellogg College, University of Oxford

This course explores the relationships between transport infrastructure, investment, and economic development. Both participants and speakers contribute to the interactive sessions, bringing insights from different sectors and global locations. The four themes covered in the course are:

  • Delivering large transport infrastructure
  • Transport investment and appraisal
  • Stakeholders in infrastructure development
  • Theories, Tools, Techniques

Key speakers include: Professor Naomi Brookes (University of Leeds); Professor Harry Dimitriou (UCL Bartlett); Mr Satyaki Raghunath (MAG Airports Group). The expertise of the speakers spans both developed and developing countries, and research as well as practice.

To find out more and to download an application form, go to

The fees cover all materials, 21 contact hours, 3 nights’ en-suite accommodation, and all meals and refreshments during the course (including a formal networking dinner at Kellogg College, University of Oxford). In 2016/17, fees are as follows:

Private sector: £3,500

Public/NGO/Academic sectors: £1,500

PhD students: £500

We are able to offer reduced rates for group applications, as well as alumni rates to those attending several of the Global Challenges in Transport courses.

The TSU’s Global Challenges in Transport courses are part of the Oxford Leadership Programme and are delivered in collaboration with Saïd Business School. The programme provides decision-makers from a range of sectors with the necessary skills and expertise, supported by the latest research evidence, to address the complex challenges of delivering sustainable transport solutions.



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