07-190509INTA's International Summer Courses for professionals in Urban Development offer unique training programmes focusing on the innovative urban practices that strengthen local urban development and regeneration strategies. INTA's Summer Course is designed to have immediate benefit to the professional work of the participants, as they will be able to apply the acquired new knowledge to various projects they are involved with. The blend of theory and practical exercises enable to contextualise the learning and understand the impact of urban development policy on the ground. The Summer Course allows people to get the most out of the training programme developing their level of knowledge and understanding.

The Summer Courses are small (+- 20 participants) in scale to allow the most in-depth exchange between the participants and the lecturers. The group is diverse both geographically and professionally. The lecturers are well-know practitioners sharing their vast experience and expertise in the field under review.

The courses are designed for young and mid-term professionals who wish to reflect on their professional experience and frame it in an international context.

INTA Summer Courses

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INTA Roundtables

At the heart of INTA's mission is the transfer of know-how on strategic urban development. Members from over 60 countries use INTA as a platform to share and support practice and experience among peers, across departments and sectors.INTA stands for the open exchange of knowledge with the ambition to make urban development projects worldwide more… Read more
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Roundtables

At the heart of INTA's mission is the transfer of know-how on strategic urban development. Members from over 60 countries use INTA as a platform to share and support practice and experience among peers, across departments and sectors.INTA stands for the open exchange of knowledge with the ambition to make urban development projects worldwide more… Read more
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Hear from members

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INTA advisory panels

Peer-to-peer panels

An INTA Panel is an international voluntary advisory service in support to public authorities or private sector stakeholders, providing a coherent and specific urban development vision, based on highly intensive exploration of all issues and opportunities. This unique development problem-solving process provides policy-makers with an external… Read more
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INTA 43 - 24/01/2020

The 43rd Congress of INTA will take place on January 24, 2020 in Paris, from 9am to 5pm. The event will be hosted by Poste Immo, in the 14th Paris arrondissement at 111 Boulevard Brunette. // Read the full programme Registrations are now open, you can register online on this page, a participation to the organization costs of 100 € will be required… Read more
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Programme

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How to get to INTA43

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Conakry

Guinea's Capital joins the programme First city to get involved The five municipalities making up the capital of Guinea are committed with INTA for the implementation of the program "Pilot Healthy Places", which makes Conakry the first city where this program will be implemented. This partnership will be carried out through the Guinean Office of… Read more
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Dakar

Senegal's Capital joins the programme Improving urban health in Dakar The city of Dakar, a city of more than 1 million inhabitants and capital of Senegal, is engaging in the Pilot Healthy Places programme with the aim of meeting at least two health issues: Improving health information and hospitality in Dakar health centers Improvement of the… Read more
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Our team

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International Urban Development Association

A global membership association of urban policy-makers and practitioners to share knowledge, experience and tools for integrated territorial development.  // READ MORE