Last edit: 21/11/2012
The Masters programme Sustainable Urban Planning and Design counts 120 hp and consists of three terms of coursework and one term for the degree project, together 2 years. The coursework encompasses a substantial share of studios and projects that aim at training students’ practical skills in planning and urban design and at gaining a better understanding of planning practice. All courses in the programme are at advanced (2nd cycle) level. The language of instruction is English.
The programme offers three specialisation tracks, Urban Planning and Design (UPD), Urban and Regional Planning (URP) and Environment and Planning (EP). The three tracks represent separate professional competences that are involved in urban planning and regional development. By merging these professional competences into one programme, graduates acquire a comprehensive understanding of the planning process, the actors involved, and the aesthetical, social, economic, institutional and environmental determinants that contribute to the development of a sustainable society.