Making the Connection: Education and Outreach
TSU's Executive Education Courses
The TSU's Global Challenges in Transport: Oxford Leadership Programme provides executive online and residential courses which can be taken independently or as a series. Each course draws together transport professionals and researchers from around the world to share insights as they reflect on their own practice and wide-ranging experiences.
Taught by world-leading experts, participants explore the broader social, environmental and political questions around transport in a lively two-way dialogue. The course content is regularly updated to focus on the most relevant complex issues and challenges around sustainable transport and provide the most updated and rigorous research.
Please note: due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic our 2020 residential executive education courses and our Smart Technologies 2021 course have unfortunately been cancelled.
Our newly launched online executive education course Global Challenges in Transport: Urban Mobility after COVID-19 is open and accepting applications for the 16 Nov - 13 Dec 2020.
Our next residential courses will run from June 2021, on the dates advertised. However, in light of Coronavirus (COVID-19) we will not require successful applicants to pay the course fees until the situation becomes clearer and would not advise committing to any other related expenses (i.e. travel).
It is possible that courses may need to be postponed, but we will continue to monitor events and follow UK Government guidance. Successful applicants will hear from us well in advance of the course date if this is likely to be the case. We will also be providing the option to defer enrolments to later courses.
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New: Global Challenges in Transport: Urban Mobility after COVID-19
What will transport systems look like after the dramatic transformations experienced in 2020?
Upcoming dates: 16 November - 13 December 2020
Find out more about the Global Challenges in Transport: Urban Mobility after COVID-19 course.
Global Challenges in Transport: Smart Technologies
What do the current rapid changes in technology mean for the future of people's mobilities and everyday lives?
Upcoming dates: 16 - 19 March 2021
Find out more about the Global Challenges in Transport: Smart Technologies course.
Global Challenges in Transport: Climate Change
How can transport policy and planning support the technological, behavioural and institutional transformation necessary to adapt and tackle climate change?
Upcoming dates: 22 - 25 June 2021
Find out more about the Global Challenges in Transport: Climate Change course.
Global Challenges in Transport: Infrastructures
What is the role and potential of transport infrastructure in supporting a transition to more sustainable transport futures?
Upcoming dates: 7 - 10 September 2021
Find out more about the Global Challenges in Transport: Infrastructures course.
Global Challenges in Transport: Health and Wellbeing
What are the current and potential impacts of transport on health, wellbeing and social equity?
Upcoming dates: 7 - 10 December 2021
Find out more about the Global Challenges in Transport: Health and Wellbeing course.
Nurturing the next generation of transport scholars
Members of the TSU contribute to the core teaching of both undergraduates and postgraduates at Oxford's School of Geography and the Environment, as well as to courses elsewhere in the University. The highly-rated courses 'Transport and Mobilities' for undergraduates, and 'Cities, Mobility and Climate Change' for the Masters students are key features within each programme.
The TSU supports PhD research and is keen to recruit outstanding students with excellent ideas for an independent research project. These students participate in the Doctor of Philosophy (DPhil) programme offered by the School of Geography and the Environment.