Master of Property/Master of Urban Planning
- CRICOS code: 105518H
What will I study?
Your studies will focus on five key knowledge areas of property: finance, economics, evaluation and investment, property management and law and planning, giving you a comprehensive oversight of the discipline and enabling a path towards generalised vocational work or specialisation. A unique aspect of the course is the ‘International Property Development’ subject, allowing students to experience markets and market players first-hand through their interactions and case studies.
There is also a focus on Australian and international policy and planning pertaining to human settlements and how we cope with challenging population and environmental issues. Because practicing planners work closely with other disciplines, this interdisciplinary approach to teaching will prepare you to work effectively and collaboratively in industry.
“Urban Planning is so broad! There are so many avenues to take within it and it’s perfect for anyone who is interested in lots of different things at the same time, as there are always opportunities for projects that meld together different disciplines.
I greatly enjoyed the Inclusive Cities subject, as it provided a thorough exploration into social planning and the different dimensions of equity within the city. It also included lots of great workshops and guest lectures from professionals with amazing social planning experience. Planning Law and Statutory Planning was incredibly useful as it thoroughly covered the foundations of the Victorian planning system and prepared me well for my first industry job.” Claudia Lombard. Master of Urban Planning student.
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