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17th Edition
60 ECTS (450 teaching hours)
Language of instruction
Notes payment of enrolment fee and 0,7% campaign
Registration open until the beginning of the course or until end of vacancies.
Start date
Classes start: 25/01/2021
Classes end: 04/06/2021
Programme ends : 17/12/2021
Monday: 10:00 am to 2:00 pm | 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm
Tuesday: 10:00 am to 2:00 pm | 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm
Wednesday: 10:00 am to 2:00 pm | 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm
Thursday: 10:00 am to 2:00 pm | 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm
Friday: 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
Notes to the schedule.
Taught at
ETSAV - Escola Tècnica Superior d'Arquitectura del Vallès
C/ Pere Serra, 1-15
Sant Cugat del Vallès
Why this programme?
The Master's proposal extends the training for professionals dedicated to local development, involved in the management and transformation of cities (mainly in Latin America), emphasizing the exchange of knowledge and experiences, as well as the establishment of networks for cooperation and development.

It is a Master's Degree, promoted by the Department of Urban Planning and Territorial Planning (DUOT) and in collaboration with the Superior Technical School of Architecture of Vallès (ETSAV).

The motivations to raise it are:
  • The gap between the increase in the urban population and the need for technical cadres that adequately address the demands of governments to manage the city and the territory.
  • Growing importance of local governments in the urban and territorial processes of sustainable development, demanding specific training modules for their technicians. This is already one of the formative orientations of the Higher Technical School of Architecture of the Vallès, which aims to support teaching, research and technology transfer with a remarkable relationship with the world of Local Government.
  • Possibility of sharing the vast experience of urban and territorial management developed in Spain, Catalonia and Barcelona during the last 20 years. The cultural proximity to Latin America and the Mediterranean that, in addition to facilitating the exchange of knowledge and experiences during the program, facilitates the consolidation of networks of cities, cooperation and urban research.
  • Social function to be fulfilled by the University, in an increasingly interconnected world, exploring the opportunities of research and joint training to help the transformation of living conditions.
The course is divided into two stages:
  • The first, face-to-face, between January and May 2020 in Barcelona.
  • The second, development of Master Thesis, between June and December 2020. This stage does not require schedules or mandatory student presence and can be done from the country of origin, as the monitoring is developed by Internet.

For more information about the master consult the link

  • General aim:
    • Train urban professionals for public action in the field of planning, planning and management of cities, territory and the environment, with emphasis on the exchange of knowledge and experiences with similar professionals in the Catalan context among the same professionals who attend the master's degree, establishing cooperation and development networks.
  • Specific aims:
    • Acquisition of technical knowledge from the understanding of cities, from the specificity of the framework of each cultural and political-administrative context.
    • To know and evaluate new proposals (good practices) of urban and territorial management through the transfer of knowledge
    • Prepare the professional for multidisciplinary work.
Who is it for?
Professionals in the areas of urban planning, planning and management, technicians of a local, regional or state government, non-governmental organizations and service companies, essentially involved with local development.

The master's degree requires a recognized degree: architecture, urban planning, engineering, law, geography, economics, sociology, etc ...

Training Content

List of subjects
4 ECTS 28h
LOCAL GOVERNMENT: Governance and Relational Management
COORDINATOR: Josep Centelles

Reflections on the urban fact, the city, its new role in the world and the importance of its good government, understanding the institutions, the urban and government management (formal and informal) as the rules of urban coexistence and its need for sustainable human development.
Approaches to municipal financing models and their consequences in the provision of local public services, based on practical cases, methods and techniques of relational management and networking.
6 ECTS 42h
Urban Planning
COORDINATOR: Sebastià Jornet Forner

The "culture of the plan" as a form of project, intervention and management in the local development of the municipalities, structuring a project vision of the urban, territorial problems and the way of approaching them in the key of proposal through the urban planning. Studies of structures, methods and techniques of urban planning based on real experiences developed in Catalonia and the management instruments incorporated in the phase of formulating the plans.
6 ECTS 42h
Local Development Planning (Alvar network)
COORDINATOR: Josep Maria Carrera Alpuente

Present local and sustainable development strategies through recent planning experiences in cities and territories of the European and Latin American context with strong growth dynamics or in the process of transformation, establishing analogies between concepts, formulation of plans and instruments. Review and critical analysis on the implementation of policies and strategies in processes of development of territorial development plans, through participatory processes (local agenda 21, culture, etc.) and the management of conflicts and negotiations between the various agents. Deepening of new development strategies based on heritage resources (tangible and intangible) as a resource for the development of territorial policies that arise from the local reality and that are read as "cultural landscape".

4 ECTS 28h
Urban Morphologies
COORDINATOR: Francesc Peremiquel Lluch

Comprehensive view on the problems of urban structure present in Latin America and how to approach them in design key from the analysis of the fabric as a basic component of the city from different approaches that refer us both to identity and programmatic aspects of management and production of the city, taking as a central element of discussion the morphological components of the same: the street, the plot, form of aggregation, the buildings, etc., both in their individual components and aggregates. Study of urban fabric construction experiences in cities of Latin America and Europe knowing new generating mechanisms, models or key referents, as well as good intervention practices, allowing knowing new methodologies of generalizable character according to the characteristics of the fabric. Comparative graphical analysis of the essential and characteristic components of the residential public housing project and other alternatives in Latin America: its urban structure, road system, land structure, forms of aggregation, construction elements, composition of public space, etc. and its impact on the transformations of Latin American cities.
4 ECTS 28h
Urban Infrastructures
COORDINATOR: Miquel Roa López

Construction of a global vision of mobility processes and the role of infrastructures in functional, landscape, structural aspects of the city and its transforming role. Knowledge of new infrastructure management systems and public services based on successful experiences in Latin America and Europe.
4 ECTS 28h
Urban Planning Management
COORDINATOR: Ferran Navarro Acebes

Describe the elements of the land policy management model: the form of tenure, ownership of property, management mechanisms, urbanization process, cost management and its impact, formation of urban rents and capital gains, public land assets and other forms of tenure. Bases and notions of urban management, urban economy and its articulation in city management processes, based on Spanish legislation and with reference to other regional regulations, focusing on the knowledge acquired in concrete and applicable formulations in Latin American cities, starting with of the comparative analysis of the capacities of intermediate cities to define urban and land policies.
4 ECTS 28h
The Self-Managed City and Human Settlements
COORDINATOR: Pedro Lorenzo Gálligo

Transfer of appropriable technologies as possible solutions to the needs of low-cost housing production and with sustainability criteria. The technology workshop focuses specifically on "hard" technologies for the construction of social housing, but refers to the "soft" technological needs (management, participation, training, training and economy).
4 ECTS 28h
Social Participation
COORDINATORS: María Herrero Canela and Berta Cendrós i Ollé

The objective of this module is to add the participation of citizens as a vector of intervention, in the city and territory and through it, incorporating the current debate on citizen participation in relation to rights and cities. Through participation, various problems related to agents and communities, conflicts, temporal and spatial scales are addressed and how intervention proposals affect citizens in different ways.
4 ECTS 28h
COORDINATOR: Marc Montlleó

The urban reality from a systemic perspective, integrating the environmental, social, economic subsystems and the policies applied from the local institution, through new methodologies and tools to face processes of analysis of local sustainability in an integrated way through indicators and agendas 21 local.
4 ECTS 28h
Project Evaluation and Practice
COORDINATOR: Eduard Rodríguez and Villaescusa

From specific case studies of cities such as Quito, Montevideo, La Paz, Asunción, Tegucigalpa, etc. and also Barcelona, discover the role that the municipality can play to achieve the desired city project, through the stimulation and management of the resources available. In addition to the usual tools, local authorities must mobilize other instruments or mechanisms, direct and indirect, that arise from the agreement between sectors that facilitate and enrich the negotiation.
5 ECTS 100h
Seminars and Workshops
  • Initial Seminar.
  • Plans and Projects: Andalucía - Latin America.
  • Intensification.
5 ECTS 42h
Plan Base Workshop
Coordinator: Josep Mª Llop Torné
  • Focused on the study of intermediate cities, the UIA-CIMES Program notes the lowest economic and technical resources available to this type of cities for their urban development. However, in the same way as the other cities that have these resources, they need to planning instruments to guide sustainable and strategic development. From this observation arises the initiative of the Base Plan, a document at once simple and flexible, since its realization does not require important means and allows these cities to make a state of the issue of their urban development, lead a reflection and define the proposals on priority actions.
6 ECTS 32h
Final Project
The TFM intends that the student develop an individual work oriented to guarantee their acquisition of competences, their capacity to formulate
strategies and actions for the management of urban and / or territorial transformations, and the deepening of technical instruments. It is proposed, therefore, a work that is already developed along the master's degree with a good systematization of the contents of the different modules, seminars and workshops. In addition, the TFM is considered as an intensification of some of the themes from the work of the Base Plan Workshop that takes place in the course of the master's degree, understood as the development of specific topics arising during the presentation of the master, and that deserve to be deepened with greater specificity, in order to acquire more competence in the generation of adequate instruments to solve the similar problems.
The UPC School reserves the right to modify the contents of the programme, which may vary in order to better accommodate the course objectives.
Special master's degree issued by the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. Issued pursuant to art. 34.1 of Organic Law 4/2007 of 12 April, amending Organic Law 6/2001 of 21 December, concerning Universities. To obtain it, is necessary to have an official university qualification. Otherwise, the student will receive a certificate of completion of the programme issued by the Fundació Politècnica de Catalunya.

Learning methodology

The teaching methodology of the programme facilitates the student's learning and the achievement of the necessary competences.

Learning tools
Participatory lectures
A presentation of the conceptual foundations of the content to be taught, promoting interaction with the students to guide them in their learning of the different contents and the development of the established competences.
Case studies
Real or hypothetical situations are presented in which the students, in a completely participatory and practical way, examine the situation, consider the various hypotheses and share their own conclusions.
Success stories
Outstanding business knowledge and experiences with high added value acquired during an outstanding professional career are presented and shared.
These visits are to specialist centres, companies in the sector or outstanding and important locations in the sector, in order to obtain knowledge in situ of development, production and demonstration environments within the programme.
Students are given technical support in the preparation of the final project, according to their specialisation and the subject matter of the project.
Assessment criteria
At least 80% attendance of teaching hours is required.
Work out projects
Studies on a specific topic, by individuals or groups, in which the quality and depth of the work is assessed, among other factors.
Completion and presentation of the final project
Individual or group projects in which the contents taught in the programme are applied. The project can be based on real cases and include the identification of a problem, the design of the solution, its implementation or a business plan. The project will be presented and defended in public.
Work placements & employment service
Students can access job offers in their field of specialisation on the My_Tech_Space virtual campus. Applications made from this site will be treated confidentially. Hundreds of offers of the UPC School of Professional & Executive Development employment service appear annually. The offers range from formal contracts to work placement agreements.
Virtual campus
The students on this master's degree will have access to the My_ Tech_Space virtual campus - an effective platform for work and communication between the course's students, lecturers, directors and coordinators. My_Tech_Space provides the documentation for each training session before it starts, and enables students to work as a team, consult lecturers, check notes, etc.

Teaching team

Academic management
  • Llop Torné, Carles
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    PhD Urban Architect by the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC). Cum Laude Extraordinary Doctorate Award, 1998. Director of the Urbanism and Urban Planner at UPC from 2008 to 2015D. Director of the Master in Urban and Territorial Development, Management and Transformation of Cities and the Master in Creative Management of the Metropolis of the Fundació Politècnica de Catalunya, of the UPC. Member of the Scientific Committee of the Institute pour La Ville en Mouvement. Creative partner of the firm JORNET-LLOP-PASTOR architects, which has received the prizes: Catalonia of Urbanism 2013, 2016, European Urbanism 2010, National Urbanism Spain 2006, the Urbanism Award of the XI Spanish Biennial of Architecture and Urbanism 2011.
Teaching staff
  • Arteaga Arredondo, Isabel Cristina

    Architect PhD in Urban Planning and Territorial Planning from the UPC. Master in Urbanism from the National University of Colombia. Associate Professor and researcher at the Faculty of Architecture and Design and the Interdisciplinary Centre for Development Studies at the University of Los Andes (Colombia). As a researcher and consultant, she is interested in urban and territorial analysis and planning, concentrating on collective facilities, public space and mobility as determinants of quality of urban life. She is currently the academic coordinator of the Master of Architecture (U.Andes).
  • Balari Muñoz, Jordi

    Architect. Member of Architects Without Borders - International.
  • Bestraten Bellovi, Manel

    Industrial Engineer and Architect. Director of the Working Materials Conditions Programme at the "Centro Nacional de Condiciones de Trabajo"(National Working Conditions Centre) of INSHT. He has ample experience as a conference speaker on areas related to security and hygiene in the workplace. He is the coordinator of the workplace security module for the Master's course in Occupational Risk Prevention at the UPC.
  • Blanco Fillola, Ismael

    PhD in Political Science by Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB) and Associate Professor (Accreditation Professor) of Political Science at the UAB. Director of the Institute of Government and Public Policies (IGOP) at UAB. He has been a Ramón y Cajal researcher at UAB and UPF and a postdoctoral researcher Beatriu de Pinós at De Montfort University (DMU, United Kingdom). He has conducted several research stays in the United Kingdom and in Brazil. He specializes in the study of urban governance innovations, citizen participation mechanisms, social innovation, urban segregation and neighborhood regeneration policies.
  • Bonet Marti, Jordi

    PhD in Social Psychology from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Master in Political and Electoral Communication Management - Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. He is currently Professor of Political Science at the Universitat of Girona. He has published different books and articles on citizen participation, urban policies and feminist research methodology.
  • Campos Cacheda, José Magín
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    PhD in Civil Engineering from UPC. Civil Engineer from the University of Cantabria. Postgraduate Diploma in Mobility Planning and Management, Master's Degree in e-Logistics & Supply Chain Management, Master's Degree in Law and Shipping Maritime Business and Port Management and a Postgraduate Course in Mobility Planning and Management. Professor at Polytechnic University of Catalonia from 1999. Project Director at Center for Innovation in Transport (CENIT) from 2008 to 2012.
  • Carrera Alpuente, Josep Maria

    Architect from the ETSAB since 1983. Coordinator of the Territorial Metropolitan Plan of Barcelona. Currently Head of Cabinet of the Presidency of the AMB.
  • Centelles i Portella, Josep

    Industrial Engineer by Univertitat POlitècnica de Catalunya (UPC-1974), Diploma in Environmental Engineering (UPC-1982) and MSc in Regional and Urban Planning for the LSE (London School of Economics & Political Science, 1987). Deputy director of the International Institute of Governance of Catalonia (2002-06). Since 1995 consultant in urban strategies in Catalonia and Latin America. Main project of the "Dialogues Setoriais União Europeia - Brazil" project (Brasilia, 2011-15). Publications: "The Good Government of the City" (2006); " To the 100% RENEWABLE" (2016) on energy transition in Catalonia and its governance.
  • Chamat Núñez, Oscar Mauricio
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    Civil engineer (Universidad Nacional de Colombia), urban planner (UPC-UPF-EAPC), senior consultant in urban innovation. Currently he advises Barcelona City Council on active mobility issues and is a professor at the Externado Universidad de Externado (Colombia) in the postgraduate course of Smart Cities. Co-founder of CiudadHub, the first podcast in Spanish on innovation and urban planning. He has been director of the Chamber of Commerce Colombo-Catalana, representative in Latin America the Smart City Expo World Congress and has worked on different European projects related to territorial transformation.
  • de Manuel Jerez, Esteban

    Dr. Architect Prof. Titular of the E.T.S.Arquitectura de Sevilla. He has directed the master's degree in Social Management of Habitat (2008-2011), directs the scientific journal Hábitat y Sociedad. Founder and coordinator of the NGO Architecture (1993) and Social Commitment (1993) -1996) Responsible for the ADICI HUM810 research group specialized in participatory action research for the Social Production of Habitat. UN HABITAT 2018 Award for best practices in national public policies for the project "We are already Medina: Learning from Jnane Aztout (Larache).
  • Esteban Noguera, Juli

    Architect, Doctor Honoris Causa by the UPC (2011) for his long career in urban planning. He participated in the drafting of the General Metropolitan Plan of Barcelona and was the director of the Urban Planning Services of the metropolitan institutions of Barcelona (1977-1992). He directed the City Planning Office of Barcelona (1992-2004) and the Territorial Planning Program of the Generalitat de Catalunya (2004-2010). He is the author of Elements of Urban Planning (1980, 1998) and Urban Planning: concepts, tools and practices (2001, 2010).
  • Estela Barnet, Oriol
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    Economist (UB) and Geographer (UAB) specializing in strategic planning and local economic development. He has worked as a private consultant in local development projects in several regions of Spain (1995-2005). Later, he joined the Department of Local Economic Development of the Diputació de Barcelona, ​​where from 2012 he directed the Technical Office of Strategies for Economic Development. Since 2016 he is the General Coordinator of the Strategic Metropolitan Plan of Barcelona.
  • Garola Crespo, Àlvar
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    Economist from the University of Barcelona, he holds the Advanced Studies Diploma program in "Management Planning and Transport Infrastructure" from the UPC. He has been a researcher at Stanford University in the design and analysis of economic forecasting models. He has worked in the cabinet of Economic Studies SA between 1984 and 1999 as a project manager directing studies in transport economics issues, provision of infrastructure, construction industry and urban and regional economics. Since 1991 he is professor at the Department of Transport and Regional Planning at the Polytechnic University of Catalonia. She teaches in the degree in Civil Engineering and Master of Logistics, Transportation, and Mobility, Environmental Engineering, Sustainability and Infrastructure Management.
  • Golda-Pongratz, Kathrin

    Doctor of Architecture and Urbanism at the University of Karlsruhe (2006) Since 2007 she teaches in the Masters Program Urban Agglomerations, University of Applied Sciences Frankfurt am Main, Germany. She is a member of the Deutscher Werkbund Hessen, Society work German research on Latin America (Adlaf) member of Group scientific research planning and construction in countries development (Trialog).
  • Herrero Canela, Maria

    Graduate in Geography and postgraduate in Regional Development and Territorial Planning by the University of Barcelona. Currently, she is an advisory technician for the Management of Equipment, Urban Infrastructure and Architectural Heritage services. He has a long experience in the Center for Territorial Studies and in the Office of Equality and Civil Rights of the Diputación de Barcelona. Experience in research programs in urban and territorial development policies from the ESPON program (EU 2008-2012).
  • Jordà Pempelonne, Alain Xavier
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    Senior Telecommunications Engineer from the UPC and Diploma of the General Management Program of EADA, he was Deputy Mayor of the City of Manresa for 10 years in which he promoted the first Local Innovation Plan of Spain (2004) and presided over the network of medium-sized cities Eurotowns (2008-2011). Currently, as an expert in Local Development, he accompanies intermediate cities and territories in the definition of their development strategies. He is an expert of the URBACT-CE Program in innovation, knowledge economy, promotion of entrepreneurship and local governance. He has published the Ciudadinnova blog since 2005.
  • Jornet Forner, Sebastià
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    Urban Architect (UPC, 1987). Associate Professor of the Department of Urban Planning and Territorial Planning of the UPC. President of the Agrupación de Arquitectos Urbanistas de Cataluña (AAUC). Professor in various training courses in the field of urban planning and management at the UPC, Bar Association of Barcelona and the Sert School of the College of Architects of Catalonia. European Prize of Urbanism 2010 and National Prize of Urbanism of Spain 2006 by the Plan in the district of the Mine in Sant Adrià de Besòs with the office of Jornet Llop Pastor arquitectos.
  • Llop Torné, Carles
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    PhD Urban Architect by the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC). Cum Laude Extraordinary Doctorate Award, 1998. Director of the Urbanism and Urban Planner at UPC from 2008 to 2015D. Director of the Master in Urban and Territorial Development, Management and Transformation of Cities and the Master in Creative Management of the Metropolis of the Fundació Politècnica de Catalunya, of the UPC. Member of the Scientific Committee of the Institute pour La Ville en Mouvement. Creative partner of the firm JORNET-LLOP-PASTOR architects, which has received the prizes: Catalonia of Urbanism 2013, 2016, European Urbanism 2010, National Urbanism Spain 2006, the Urbanism Award of the XI Spanish Biennial of Architecture and Urbanism 2011.
  • Llop Torné, Josep Maria
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    Urban Architect (UPC, 1974). Director of Urban Planning and Environment of Lleida (1979-1988 and 1991-2003). Urban Planning Director of the Barcelona City Council (1987-1991), before the 1992 Olympic Games. Professor at the University of Lleida and the Polytechnic University of Catalonia. First Prize of Planning of Catalonia for the General Plan of Lleida 1995-2015. Project Coordinator "Management and control of urbanization" of the Urb-AL Network on the "Instruments of redistribution of urban income". Director UNESCO Chair on "Intermediate Cities, Urbanization and Development" (2008 to 2023).
  • López Mena, Germán

    PhD in Architecture from the University of Seville. Since 1992 has an own studio where he has carried out urban interventions, urban planning and neighborhood improvements, both in the local area of ​​Andalusia and in Latin America. His professional work is directly linked to the research activity carried out by the University of Seville, of which he has been a teaching and research staff since 2004, a visiting professor at Universities of Malaga, Madrid, Venice, Padua or Athens.
  • Lorenzo Gálligo, Pedro

    PhD in Architecture. Department of Projects University of Catalonia (UPC).
  • Martí i Costa, Marc

    Sociologist and Doctor in Public Policies. He is currently head of the area of governance and public policies at the Institute of Regional and Metropolitan Studies of Barcelona (IERMB). He has worked on citizen participation, urban governance and evaluation of public policies, both in Europe and in Latin America.
  • Morell i Rosell, Ramon

    Economist. former honorary professor of the University of Lleida (UdL) in Urban Planning. He was head of the Territorial Planning Service of the Generalitat de Catalunya in Lleida and Director of the Agency for Management and Collection of Local Taxes of the Delegation of Lleida.
  • Navarro Acebes, Ferran

    Architect. He has worked as Head of Planning in several municipalities (L'Hospitalet de Llobregat, Santa Coloma de Gramenet, L'Arboç, La Bisbal del Penedes ...) Professor of the Department of Urbanism and Regional Planning of the UPC since 1982. Own office since 1976, draft of general and derivative planning (especially historical centers) and of documents for the urban development management. He has written several books and articles about the urban development management, especially on the execution of the urbanism and the transformation of the built city.
  • Peremiquel Lluch, Francesc
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    Doctor of Architecture (UPC). Professor of the Department of Urbanism and Regional Planning at the ETSAB (UPC). Professor of several graduate programs. Author and director of researching works in the field of Urban Transformation and Urban Residential Project. Member of the Urban planning Research Group. Municipal Architect of Badalona (1985-2007) where was head of urban planning.
  • Torras i Sagristà, Laia

    Degree in Information Sciences and Political Science from the Autonomous University of Barcelona. She is currently the Director of Strategic Projects, Communication and Participation in the public company Foment de la Ciutat. He has been Head of Participation in the Urban Ecology area of the City Council of Barcelona. She was coordinator of projects and the area of Democracy of the Jaume Bofill Foundation.

Associates entities

Strategic partners
  • Fundación Carolina
    • Provides financial aid to the programme or grants for the registration of students.
    • Disseminates the programme in the professional sphere and area of expertise.
Collaborating partners

Career opportunities

  • Technical manager of territorial and strategic planning departments.
  • Specialist in urban planning.
  • Head of projects in the area of ​​territorial and urban planning.
  • Freelance urban consultant.

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