What will I learn?

Are you interested in increasingly complex flows of people and goods in the networked city and region? This Master's specialisation will for example look into different integrated mobility systems or transport modes at different spatial scales.

Master's specialisation Urban and Regional Mobility: something for you?

You will develop smart and sustainable solutions for actual and future planning problems.
You are interested in developing a different understanding of planning and forms of practices.
You are trained to think outside given boxes, by combining well-established core courses with electives.
Small, almost 'family-like' department that covers a broad range of topics with a strong track record in related research.

What will you learn?

Mobility deals with increasingly complex flows of people and goods in the networked city and region. With different technologies, lifestyles and spatial structures, the demand side is always changing. On the supply side, services become more flexible and the physical infrastructure is used more efficiently. This Master's specialisation will look into various integrated mobility systems or transport modes at different spatial scales. Furthermore, the specialisation looks at innovations for strategic spatial planning at the level of integrated city regions, and how mobility and transportation fit in these innovations.

Career prospects

Master's programme in Spatial Planning

Our Spatial Planning graduates are greatly valued by their employers for their analytical skills, critical perspective and sound academic understanding of the relationship between human activities, their spatial environment, and relevant spatial interventions enhancing their living environment.

Upon completion students will have knowledge of:

Interfaces between different planning concepts, sectors and interests
Synergies that are found and trade-offs that are made along these interfaces
Paths through which integrative planning is manifested in policy formulation, decision-making and projects at different geographical and institutional levels

Spatial planners from Nijmegen work as policy maker, consultant or project manager for government, consulting firms, project developers, housing corporations or research institutes. Also, more and more of our alumni are working in international projects.

Which department am I in?

Nijmegen School of Management

Study options

Full Time (1 year)

Tuition fees
€16,000.00 (US$ 19,147) per year

*Price shown is for indicative purposes, please check with institution

Start date

Expected September 2021

Venue

Radboud University

Houtlaan 4,

NIJMEGEN,

Gelderland,

6525 XZ, Netherlands

Entry requirements

For students from United States

A completed Bachelor's degree in Theology or related area; A proficiency in English: In order to take part in this programme, you need to have fluency in both written and spoken English. Non-native speakers of English without a Dutch Bachelor's degree or VWO diploma need one of the following: A TOEFL score of ?577 (paper based) or ?90 (internet based); An IELTS score of ?6.5; Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English (CAE) or Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE) with a mark of C or higher.

For international students

In order to get admission to this Master's you will need a completed Bachelor’s degree from a spatially-oriented discipline, such as spatial planning, human geography or environment studies.

All other students need one of the following certificates (All certificates may not be older than two years).

A TOEFL score of ≥90, with subscores not lower than 18
A IELTS score of ≥6.5, with subscores not lower than 6.0
Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English (CAE) or Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE) with a mark of C or higher

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About this uni

Radboud is the best traditional, general university in the Netherlands, according to Keuzegids Universiteiten 2020.

  • 24th in the THE European Teaching Ranking 2019
  • Based in a lively student city + central hub in Europe
  • Among top 1% of universities worldwide
  • Nobel prize winner in physics (2010)