Town and Regional Planning

University of Liverpool

By taking the Town and Regional Planning programme from University of Liverpool , you’ll not only gain a good understanding of town and regional planning but will also be able to tailor your studies to reflect your needs and interests, in consultation with the Programme Director.

There are three pathways available for the programme so you can choose which area you’d like to specialise in; whether it be spatial planning, urban design or spatial modelling.

Regardless of which pathway you choose, you’ll be able to develop specialised knowledge of the field through a range of optional modules that cover a wide range of subjects relevant to town and regional planning.

You will build the knowledge and skills which you will need as a town and regional planning professional; not only the practical skills prized by employers in the industry but also the values and ethical considerations needed for sustainable and conscientious planning.

Courses include:

Trends, Outcomes and Impacts
Theory, Power and Ethics
Spatial Planning Challenges
Making Places
Techniques in Environmental Planning & Management
Urban and Regional Regeneration
Geographic Information Science

General requirements
The normal entry requirement for all our postgraduate programmes is a good first degree (2:1) or above, in a related area from an approved university or equivalent. Applications from those with non traditional qualifications and relevant work experience are also welcomed and will be considered on their individual merits.

IELTS admission requirements
PTE Academic admission requirements
TOEFL admission requirements

Full-time: 12 months

International fees
Full-time place, per year£21,400

Apply by: 31 August 2023
Starts: 25 September 2023

visit official website