The world faces large environmental and social challenges that need to be addressed to create a sustainable future for generations to come. Issues such as climate change, biodiversity, poverty and inequality are interconnected and context specific. The Master's programme in Spatial Sustainability Studies takes a spatial perspective to understand the interlinkages between these challenges, identify the main drivers and develop interventions to address them.
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The Master's programme in Spatial Sustainability Studies is unique in its spatial perspective and the opportunity for students to exit the programme with a Master's degree in either Human Geography or Urban and Regional Planning. It combines environmental courses from both programmes and allows students to specialise in their field of choice.
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After graduating from the Master's programme Spatial Sustainability Studies you will have excellent international career opportunities within the spatial and sustainability domain. The specialisation degrees in Human Geography or Urban and Regional Planning are well established fields in both science and practice.
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|Degree programme||MSc Urban and Regional Planning|
|Type||Regular study programme|
|Credits||60 ECTS, 12 months|
|Language of instruction||English|