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Objective

Economic, social and environmental planning of regions in the framework of forms of action under public law requires a profound technical knowledge, the application of analytical methods and instruments, methodological strategies as connector as well as specific expertise in the development of concepts and strategies of the implication beyond the background of different state and administrative contexts.

In the framework of the Master’s degree course in Regional Science/Spatial Planning, students can choose between the International Master’s programme at the KIT, Germany, leading to the degree of “Master of Regional Science, M.Sc.“ and the Joint Master’s programme at the KIT, Germany and the Universidad de Concépción (UdeC), Chile, leading to the double degree of “Master of Regional Science, M.Sc.” and “Magister en Ciencias Regionales”.

 

The Master’s programmes at a glance:

INTERNATIONAL MASTER'S PROGRAMME
Final degree
:
“Master of Regional Science, M.Sc.“

JOINT MASTER'S PROGRAMME
Final degrees
:
"Master of Regional Science, M.Sc.“ + "Magister en Ciencias Regionales“

Target group

The International Master's programme primarily addresses ambitious graduates from transition, development and newly industrialized countries willing to learn methods and acquire expertise enabling them to develop solutions for special problems in the field of urban, regional and land use planning as well as for different sectoral planning challenges in their home countries.

Admission requirements

  • excellent university degree
  • preferably professional experience in the field of urban, regional and country planning

Teaching language

·         German. More…

Programme structure

The International Master’s programme in “Regional Science/Spatial Planning“ at the KIT/Germany is a full-time programme. The study effort has been estimated according to the standardized European Transfer Crediting System (ECTS). During the standard period of study of four semesters, 120 ECTS points need to be completed corresponding to an average of 30 ECTS points per semester. 1 ECTS point corresponds to a workload of 30 hours made up of attendance of courses and individual learning periods. 

Target group

The Joint Master's programme primarily addresses ambitious graduates willing to learn methods and acquire expertise enabling them to develop strategies for risk-oriented spatial planning as well as to manage vulnerabilities in the field of municipal, regional and country planning of South American countries.

 

Admission requirements

·         excellent university degree

  • preferably professional experience in the field of urban, regional and country planning   

          Teaching language 

·         German, Spanish. More...

Programme structure

The Joint Master’s Programme in “Regional Science/Spatial Planning - Ciencias Regionales“ at the KIT/Germany and the UdeC/Chile is a full-time programme.  The study effort has been estimated according to the standardized European Transfer Crediting System (ECTS). During the standard period of study of four semesters, 120 ECTS points need to be completed corresponding to an average of 30 ECTS points per semester. 1 ECTS point corresponds to a workload of 30 hours made up of attendance of courses and individual learning periods.