Sustainable Infrastructure Fellowship Program
Bridging the infrastructure gap through capacity building
Promoting a mutual understanding between emerging market infrastructure planning public-sector officials and developed market investors.
Sustainable Infrastructure Fellowship
An executive leadership program that combines academic and hands-on experience
By better aligning the expectations of planners and investors, the Fellowship seeks to build capacity and help close the infrastructure gap.
The 8-week program offers academic and practical training for senior public-sector infrastructure managers from developing markets, combining:
- In-class lectures
- Case study analysis
- Interactive assignments
- Presentations by leading practioners
- Training on the SIF-SOURCE platform
- Practical exposure to institutional infrastructure investment criteria and processes
Please see the Sustainable Infrastructure Fellowship Program information brochure for complementary information.
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“One of a new breed of 21st century business schools changing the way business is taught”
– Financial Times of London
The Schulich School of Business at York University is a globally ranked business school delivering a full spectrum of graduate degrees in business including the MBA, EMBA, the one-year Master of Real Estate and Infrastructure, and executive education. The Brookfield Centre in Real Estate and Infrastructure in the Schulich School support graduate education, research, and industry outreach in infrastructure from a global perspective.
The Schulich School of Business has over 26-years of educating a highly skilled graduate workforce in real etate and a decade in infrastructure. It has an established international reputation in training, industry engagement, and industry-focused research through a combination of infrastructure-focused full time faculty members and numerous sessional instructors.
“Changing the way infrastructure is developed by leveraging innovation in today’s digital age”
The Sustainable Infrastructure Foundation (SIF) is a non-profit organization based in Geneva which managed SOURCE, a project preparation and management platform led and funded by multilateral banks in response to the G20’s goal of addressing the global infrastructure gap.
SOURCE provides government agencies with an online, collaborative, and secure working environment, a high-quality project preparation methodology for 38 infrastructure subsectors, an effective communication platform between the public and the private sector, and an efficient tool to manage key data.
The Sustainable Infrastructure Fellowship Program is made possible through collaboration with the Government of Canada, the Sustainable Infrastructure Foundation (Geneva) and the Schulich School of Business (Toronto).
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