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TERRITORIAL PLANNING AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Master's Degree Programme 2 years, 120 ECTS Credits

The Master Programme for Territorial Planning and Regional Development (TPRD) is one of the six 6 master programmes (ISCO 7) provided by the Faculty of Urban Planning in Bucharest. The duration of the programme is of 2 years (4 semesters) and includes a diversity of theoretical and practical activities of general and specific interest, cumulating 120 ECTS. The programme aims to provide a specialised tertiary education for graduates from urban planning and related fields – such as geography, economy, social sciences, engineering, ecology bachelor programmes. The programme is also looked after by architects who want to get a 2nd specialisation. The structure and content of the 4-teaching semesters is different: the 1st one is more theoretical and provides a range of general knowledge and information, common to a large extent to all 6 master programmes. The next 2 semesters are dedicated to the specialisation of students in the specific area of the programme and include courses and studio activities, whereas the last semester is almost entirely dedicated to the preparation of the final project and includes mainly practical activities (studio, seminars, study visits etc.). By the end of the programme the students get acquainted and understand the means and methods to approach strategic planning and solve spatial development challenges at larger territorial scales. The programme provides a unique perspective by integrating spatial planning and regional development principles, concepts and tools, underlining the role of multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches. During the last years the student had the opportunity to study different Romanian regions in comparison with some other European ones including the Southern cross-border Danubian area and the Black Sea littoral one. The graduation project is defended in front of a commission and includes a written part and a graphical one. The written part is a comprehensive work which presents a theoretical and methodological background for the applicative part – the project – which refers to a concrete territory and proposes some spatial development scenarios. After graduation and a professional stage of 1 year, the graduate of the TPRD programme can get the right to coordinate and sign certain studies and categories of territorial and urban plans yet depending on the basic initial qualification

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Catalogue of students work during INTERREG DANUrB Project by UAUIM Bucharest  

The catalog brings together the projects of the students of the Faculty of Urbanism of the "Ion Mincu" University of Architecture and Urban...

Catalogue of students work during INTERREG DANUrB Project by UAUIM Bucharest  

The catalog brings together the projects of the students of the Faculty of Urbanism of the "Ion Mincu" University of Architecture and Urban...

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