This course will study different planning systems and develop planning skills within a comparative context. Students will visit a European country to investigate its planning practices and develop and in'depth study through the dissertation of an international planning issue or concern. This course is intended for students who have an international appreciation of planning systems and activities and for students who intend to work outside of the UK after graduating.
Modules include: Planning history and theory; sustainable places; development and regeneration; urban design ' the heart of planning; comparative international planning; city marketing; housing in developing countries; international real estate and construction planning practice project; planning practice project; dissertation.
Course Additional Entry
Minimum 2.2/Bachelor degree equivalent to UK Second Class honours lower division in relevant subject.
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