Master in Sustainable Urbanism and Spatial Planning

Education

Master in Sustainable Urbanism and Spatial Planning

In association with the Faculty of Social and Human Sciences of UNL.

Course only starts with 10 or more confirmed entries as definite by the Executive Council of the FCT NOVA.

Objectives

Master course in Suitable Urbanism and Spatial Planning aim to:

  • Combine theoretical concepts and instruments in order to intervening in a sustainable manner in urban areas;
  • Develop capabilities for collecting and processing information using the latest technologies (GIS, Remote Sensing, CAD among other support to the preparation of documents and plans - graphic part);
  • Develop territorial diagnostic capabilities, urban audits and formulated intervention strategies in a sustainable perspective;
  • Develop and apply innovative methods and effective plan techniques and sustainable management for urban areas;
  • Develop and implement monitoring processes and evaluation of projects, programs and plans.

Curriculum

Career opportunities

It is an emerging area, with a new professional market in the public and private sector. The Master in Sustainable Urban and Spatial Planning is a professional who can act:

  • In large and small consulting firms in project and audit in the fields of city planning, land use planning, engineering, environment, architecture, economics and management among others;
  • In the consulting area, project and audit of public sector organizations responsible for urban and regional planning.

By is impact on quality of community’s lives it is also a scientific research area of great relevance. The program also prepares students to pursue PhD.

Schedule:

Post-work hours

Tuition fee:

Portuguese students: 2.528,47 €/total = 1.063,47 € (1st year) + 1.465€ (2nd year)

Foreign students: 2.528,47 €/total = 1.063,47 € (1st year) + 1.465€ (2nd year)

Applications:

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Applications

Entrance requirements for the 2017/2018 academic year

Vacancies for 2017/2018:

30
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Admission rules:

Holders of a 1st cycle, bachelor's degree or master, or equivalent, obtained in a higher national or foreign education institution in areas related to the study of the city, sustainability and land use, such as environmental engineering, geography, architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning, civil engineering, sociology, law, transportation, economics, history, ecology, biology, geology or other similar formations to be approval by the scientific committee of the course.

Ranking:

  1. Classification of previous degrees;
  2. Academic and scientific curriculum;
  3. Professional curriculum;
  4. Possible interview.

Course coordinator:

Professor João Farinha jrf@fct.unl.pt
Professor Margarida Pereira emapp@fcsh.unl.pt

musot.coordenador@fct.unl.pt

Registration and Accreditation

DGES

Registration number R/A-Cr 92/2011 on 27/07/2011

A3ES

Accreditation on 21/02/2018, for 2 years

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About the Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering

The Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering has forty teachers with extensive scientific, technical and pedagogical experience, that support the teaching about 600 students in courses with different valences and degrees of higher education. The functioning of teaching laboratories and research is supported by a number of specialized technicians.

In addition to its mission in terms of education and research, teachers and / or students of the Department have been crucial in creating relevant companies in environmental engineering areas such as YDreams and  E-Value.

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