The Xavier School of Human Settlements (XAHS) develops and transfers knowledge about building sustainable, liveable and inclusive cities and communities. It also offers programs to develop planning and management expertise for public systems. Its innovative and unique programs are designed to create the professionals needed for sustainable urban and regional development in rapidly transforming geographies. At the core of its graduate degree and other programs are modules for hands-on learning, including in live projects with faculty and organizations engaged in policy development and impact evaluation, technical support and advisory with government, corporate and civil society organizations.
XAHS post-graduate Programs in Urban Management and Governance are designed for planners, architects, engineers, geographers, economists and others to prepare for a career in developing and managing sustainable cities, towns and other urbanising places.