Announcement:  Oxford Leadership Programme - Global Challenges in Transport: Academic and PhD Rates available

    From: Universities Transport Study Group [mailto:UTSG@JISCMAIL.AC.UK] On Behalf Of Lucy Mahoney


    Dear colleagues,


    We are excited to announce that places are still available on the next Global Challenges in Transport course: "Infrastructure, Development and Finance" 8th - 11th September, 2015.


    "This course explores the relationships between transport systems, infrastructure, investment, and economic development within developed and developing countries. It examines and evaluates the economic, social and environmental contribution of a range of different transport investments projects, including those associated with 'mega-projects', megacities, poverty and equity, labour market access and agglomeration economies."


    Confirmed academic speakers include:

    Professor Naomi Brookes (Leeds University)

    Professor Jon Shaw (Plymouth University)

    Dr Niahn Akyelken (TSU)

    Dr Tim Scwanen (TSU)

    Dr Gina Porter (Durham University)

    Dr Georgina Santos (Cardiff University)



    Confirmed industry professional speakers include:

    William McWilliam (Grant Thornton)

    Satyaki Raghunath (LeighFisher)

    Graham Olver (WYG Plc)


    Plus a guest pre-dinner lecture by Edward Kellow from Kellow Learning (Leadership and Sustainability Expert).


    We are able to offer discounts on course fees to policymakers, academics and PhD students, please see below for 2015 prices. Fees include 21 contact hours, all meals for the week, 3 night's en-suite accommodation at Kellogg College, Oxford University and all course materials. Additionally, each participant is awarded 25 CPD (Continuing Professional Development) hours by the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport.



    Private Sector - £3500

    Academic/policymaker - £1500

    PhD - £500


    If you would like to register, please email ASAP.

    With best wishes,

    Lucy Mahoney


    GCT Programme Coordinator




    @TSUOxford @OxfordTransport