Masterclass for the Master of Transport

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ABS Seminar Room 2130

Abercrombie Business School

University of Sydney, NSW 2006

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Understanding How Technology Shapes Cities

This masterclass will examine the history and future of transport, and how the way we live, work and travel has changed over time. It will look closely at the London Underground, Sydney’s trams, and US highways, as well as the age of electric, autonomous, and shared vehicles, to build a picture of the ever-growing transport sector.

This class is presented by Professor David Levinson, and modelled on a unit of study offered through the Master of Transport.

About the Master of Transport

The Master of Transport is Australia’s first interdisciplinary degree connecting engineering, urban planning, and business management to study the history and future of transport. One of our newest specialisations, the Master of Transport is designed to give graduates the skills needed to pursue career in the global transport industry.

Considering other courses? Find all our masterclass options as part of our event series Postgraduate Studies Week.

If you have any accessibility requirements for this event please contact imogen.sheridan@sydney.edu.au.

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ABS Seminar Room 2130

Abercrombie Business School

University of Sydney, NSW 2006

Australia

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