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Mobilities & Urban Studies at Aalborg University approaches mobilities as more than simply movement and it offers a new innovative and cross-disciplinary mobility-profession based on the new mobilities turn. Mobilities & Urban studies at Aalborg University integrates the diverse challenges that are related to an increasing physical mobility (traffic and transportation by car, plane or train alike), increased use of virtual mobility (mobile phones and smart transport systems), increasing social mobility (tourism and migration) and environmentally friendly and sustainable modes of transportation (e.g. bicycle cultures or bike lanes in Copenhagen).

The Mobilities & Urban Studies programme enables graduates to examine, integrate and design new solutions related to technological, environmental and urban planning challenges, as well as economic, organizational, political, and social strategies – all related to the field of mobilities.

The MSc programme in Mobilities & Urban Studies is a two years full-time study based on a combination of academic, mobile labs, problem-based learning (PBL) and interdisciplinary approaches based on a multitude of work and evaluation methods. Whether students plan to do research at universities or work in the private sector or public institutions, Mobilities & Urban Studies at Aalborg University offers a leading and international oriented academic education focused on mobilities – one of few in fact.

 

APPLICATION AND REQUIREMENTS

Bachelors with the following degrees are eligible for admission to the master’s programme in Urban Design (cand.tech. i urbant design), specializing in either Urban Architecture or Mobilities and Urban Studies:

  • Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Engineering (Architecture and Design) from AAU
  • Bygningsdesign (bachelor), DTU
  • Bygningsdesign (diplomingeniør), DTU
  • By-, Energi- og Miljøplanlægning (bachelor), AAU
  • Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Techno-Anthropology
  • Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Geography
  • Bachelor of Natural and Cultural Heritage Management, University College of Northern Denmark

Applicants with an equivalent Danish or foreign degree at a similar level may be admitted subject to individual assessment by the study board. If your bachelor degree does not qualify directly for admission to the master’s programme, the Admissions Office will forward your application for approval by the relevant study board.

Further information on language, deadlines and entry requirements, please visit Applying as a master student.

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