The Master's in Urban Geography provides students with a deeper understanding of global and local processes that shape cities across the world. We study processes of urbanisation, urban inequality and every day urban life through a geographical lens, exploring how seemingly global phenomena take on place-specific forms and contribute to place-specific social and spatial challenges. You will thus learn to study cities not only from the perspective of the global, but also from the perspective of the local.
If you are interested in:
Then Urban Geography might be the track for you!
The Master's programme Human Geography offers four tracks. Urban Geography is one of them. The other tracks are: