|Degree:||Master of Arts (MA)|
|University website:||Urban Studies|
The master's programme in Urban Studies is jointly offered by six universities in four university cities in Europe. Every university is responsible for certain modules. We recommend that students complete the modules in the following order: the first winter semester in Brussels, the subsequent summer semester in Vienna, the second winter semester in Copenhagen, and the second summer semester in Madrid.
The master’s programme consists of the following compulsory modules: European Urban Studies, Urban Social Geography, Urban Sociology, Urban Economic Geography, Urban Analysis I & II (later also III and IV), Demography of European Cities, Principles of Urban Planning and Urbanism, Contemporary Problems in Urban Development, Urban Development and Planning in Eastern Europe, Urbanism and Architecture, Urban Culture and Cultural Theory, The Sustainable and Liveable City, Governance and Local Welfare. In addition, students have to write a master’s thesis and pass a master’s examination.
Among others, graduates can work in the following areas: