There appears to be a lot written on the MIT DUSP program in this forum, but very little about the Harvard MUP program. Some say that MIT's program is more technical and practical while Harvard's is policy based, while others say that MIT's program stresses people-oriented work, while Harvard's is about the design. I'm interested in urban sustainability, especially in smaller Chinese cities, and both programs have pretty good China programs so I'm a bit torn. I wondered if any alumns, current attendees or anyone else can speak to the quality of the programs - the internships, the design of the requirements and master's project, the quality of the professors and research, the focus of the program, or the financial aid. Any help here would be most appreciated!