This innovative master’s programme focuses on the
relations between city design and the physical, social, and
political organisation of cities and urban environments. Students study design as a mode of research and practice that shapes urban environments, responds to urban problems, and connects social, spatial and material forms in the city.
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- 1st degree or equivalent professional qualifications or experience in any relevant field of architecture, urban design, planning, engineering, social science, law and humanities, management, mathematics, statistics or natural science. English language requirement for non-native speakers (TOEFL/IELTS).