Graduation possibilities

Please visit or download the PDF for an overview of all the graduation possibilities in the MSc programme Architecture, Urbanism and Building Sciences of the academic year 2017-2018.

Additional information

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For information about the content of the education programme: Ir. K.P.M. Aalbers

For information about admission requirements and application procedure for international students:

For other procedural questions: L.M. van der Sluijs

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Track in Urbanism

The Urbanism track draws on the Dutch tradition of combining urban design, landscape architecture, spatial planning and engineering. Students learn to integrate social, cultural, economic and political perspectives with the natural and man-made conditions of the site in order to shape and plan for more sustainable development. Established as a separate department in 1948, urbanism at TU Delft has a long history of helping guide urban areas and regions.

What you will learn

Students learn to work on several scales, from regional strategic visions to neighbourhood redevelopment projects. Through these projects students respond to local trends such as congestion, mobility, urban renewal, shrinkage and densification and global trends such as globalisation, climate change, demographic trends and the energy transition.

The Urbanism Track aims to provide the prospective urban planner/designer with academic skills to analyse urban environments and urban developments in a critical way and to propose new solutions for an efficient, sustainable and liveable organisation and management of the urban environment.

The Urbanism track is one of five specialisation tracks within the Architecture, Urbanism and Building Sciences master programme. On graduation, students receive Master of Science degree in Architecture, Urbanism and Building Sciences (Urbanism track).



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