UFP is IIHS's ﬂagship fellowship, seeking to equip, nurture and prepare a new generation of graduates and young professionals committed to the common good, who can become change-makers, entrepreneurs and thought leaders to address India’s complex urban challenges.
The UFP’s curriculum draws from the IIHS curriculum co-created in partnership with the world’s leading universities including the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), University College London (UCL), the University of Cape Town (UCT) and the Federal University of the ABC Region, Sao Paulo (UFABC), in addition to nearly a hundred practitioners and scholars from across India.
There are seven key Learning Elements.
2. The Elective Modules
3. Applied Practica and Projects
4. Skill Labs
5. The Internship
6. Exposure Visit
7. Master Classes
The seven learning elements are structured across three terms: the Commons Term, the Elective Term and the Internship Term. Fellows are in residence in Bangalore for the first two, and in their internship placements for the third. Two exposure visits are in between. Skill Labs, Applied Practica and Master Classes run throughout the Commons and Elective terms.
Revised Deadline - 26th April 2020
India’s urban transition is unprecedented in scale and complexity. Within it lie both the opportunities of increased economic growth and employment as well as the challenges of persistent inequality, extreme deprivation and environmental degradation. Be a part of shaping this transition.
Admissions Open for The Urban Fellows Programme (UFP) 2020-21!
Last date to apply- 19th April 2020
Hi. Will the candidates who are not shortlisted receive some kind of confirmation. Because I'm still waiting. Kindly let me know.
Applications to the fourth iteration of the Urban Fellows Programme (UFP) close on 18 April! The UFP is a scholarship-based, ten-month, full-time, residential, inter-disciplinary fellowship designed for learners from a wide range of disciplines with an interest in urban issues.
The Fellowship will run from August 2019 to May 2020. The Fellowship consists of seven key Learning elements – Commons, Electives, Applied Practica and Projects, Exposure Visits, Masterclasses, Skill Labs and Internship. These elements are led and taught by a diverse and experienced set of faculty spanning a wide range disciplines and expertise. These include full-time academicians and practitioners who champion UFP’s premise to bridge theory and practice. To know more about our faculty visit http://urbanfellows.iihs.co.in/faculty/