The next application period for the master's Programme in Sustainable Urban Design will begin in the middle of October, 2013. This application period will be for the curriculum beginning in the fall of 2014. Find out more about studying in Sweden here.
The School of Architecture and Built Environment at LTH is home to the Sustainable Urban Design Programme. Education in the programme focuses on the design of urban places and environments both in a practical and theoretical way. It deals with subjects related to sustainable urban design, such as environmental planning, city and regional planning, urban design, urban space analysis, urban heritage, and urban sociology.
The Sustainable Urban Design Programme offers a two-year masterâ€™s degree programme. Individual studioâ€™s and courses in the Sustainable Urban Design Programme are also open to School of Architecture students, foreign and Swedish exchange students, and ERASMUS students from around Europe. Students from all design disciplines, including architecture, landscape architecture and physical planning schools are welcome to apply.
With an interdisciplinary approach and an international setting the Sustainable Urban Design Programme explores concepts of sustainability and encourages ongoing discussion and exploration. With lectures and seminars including city planners, engineers, social scientists and other professionals from around the world, students are involved in the critical analysis and discourse of sustainability.
View the [sustainable urban design programme guide] for more information.
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