A masters is awarded to students who have completed postgraduate level study in a specific field of study or area of professional practice while demonstrating a high level of mastery during the process.
A Master in Urban Design is a degree that will develop the student’s ability to design landscapes, buildings and spaces within the urban environment. Graduates will have a multidisciplinary education that includes urban design theory.
Australia education is mainly the responsibility of the government. The government fully funds the public university education while it partially funds the private university education. Australia being an English-spoken country, most of students from countries whose english is the first language often loves studying in this country
Melbourne city has provided Australia with top quality universities and college. The university of Melbourne that was ranked fourth worldwide in 2008 is located in this city. It is also home to Monash University, La Trobe University and many others.
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In the face of rapid urban change locally and globally, Urban Design at RMIT is focused on establishing innovative techniques for design and practice, advancing... [+]
Master of Urban Design
The new Urban Design program at RMIT emerges from a long legacy of urban-based design research, teaching and practice within the School of Architecture and Design. The program is closely connected to our world renowned programs in Architecture and Landscape Architecture, Interior and Industrial Design. The program is also integrated with postgraduate coursework in the Schools of Property, Construction and Project Management and Urban Planning, offering a multidisciplinary laboratory for urban design research.Based in Melbourne, we use the Australasian region as our primary territory of study. A series of international workshops at our campuses in Vietnam and Barcelona offer a global perspective and study experience, complemented by online lectorials in urban history, morphology and practice.... [-]