International master's programme

Urban Ecological Planning

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About the programme

The masters' programme in Urban Ecological Planning addresses the real, on-the-ground, urban issues of the developing and industrialising world.

The core is to address and re-analyse different local and contextual urban planning issues in an alternative manner that rests on inclusionary, territorial, and incremental methods of cognition.


Admission

April 15 is the application deadline for Nordic applicants. International applicants and Norwegian applicants with a non-Nordic/non-Norwegian degree, must apply by December 1. Information on eligibility and process.


Job prospects

Our past international students are currently successfully placed in various profiles across the globe. Many are university teachers and researchers, and many others are development professionals both in NGOs and government service.


Course description

The program runs for two years. It consists of four semesters and fieldwork in the summer holiday between the two years of study.


Counselling

On admissions and administrative matters:
Erik Sigvaldsen

For academic matters:
Rolee Aranya
 

 

Facts about the programme

Degree level: Master
Restricted admission: Yes
Application deadline: 15. April (Nordic applicants), 1. December (International applicants and Norwegian applicants with a non-Nordic/non-Norwegian degree)
Faculty: Faculty of Architecture and Fine Art
Validity of information: 2014