UNIVERSITY OF STAVANGER

City and Regional Planning

Are you interested in how cities can becomes more sustainable, efficient, safe and liveable? There is an increasing need for competent urban planners who understand sustainable urban development and design. The master program in City and Regional Planning qualifies you to understand and shape the cities of the future.   Cities and urban areas are growing fast. Engineers with technical insight and design understanding are needed to ensure sustainable urban development and smart cities. The cities of the future must be resource and energy efficient, and have smart solutions for buildings, transport and infrastructure.   MSc in City and Regional Planning focuses on place making, site-specific understanding, spatial analysis, conceptual development and design, as well as planning processes, shaping robust urban infrastructure and communities, along with renewable energy solutions.   This master program will qualify you as urban planner or consultant within city and regional planning, transport planning, or place making.
Application deadline

Non-EU applicants: January 10

EU applicants: March 1
Applicants with a Bachelor's degree from Nordic countries: April 15

Formal prerequisites

A Bachelor's degree in a planning discipline or civil engineering with a specialization of at least 40 ECTS credits in physical planning, city and regional planning, civil engineering, architecture or landscape architecture, landscape engineering, environmental or urban management, technical planning or equivalent.

Proficiency in English on an advanced level is required and must be documented. For more information, please visit the programme's website.

Tuition No tuition fee
Degree level Master, 2 years
City Stavanger
Credits 120.0
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