The MSc Transport Planning with Placement Year will provide you with both the theoretical grounding and practical skills that you’ll need to satisfy the requirements of employers both now and in the future. Driven by the demand for the delivery of zero carbon interventions, poor air quality and wider social exclusion problems, there is an increasing demand for highly skilled and multi-disciplined professionals within transport planning. The climate change imperative has shaken central and local government. It has caused authorities to declare climate emergencies and seek practical solutions to these new and important challenges. Many have introduced transport policies and invested significant funding for transport programmes. They’re also rethinking how transport is delivered to include projects focussed specifically on achieving zero carbon and intelligent transport networks. So, whether you have an interest in transport planning, or if you’re a professional who wants to gain a transport planning qualification, it’s an exciting time to explore transport planning and discover the impact you can have on communities for years to come. You’ll also have the opportunity to explore a range of specialised modules, pathways and learning outcomes. Find out more about the MSc Transport Planning. Find out more about the MSc Transport Planning (with Advanced Research).
The normal entry requirements for the programme are: an Honours degree in a cognate discipline, for instance geography, normally with a minimum classification of second-class (2.2) or higher graduates with an Honours degree in any discipline who have otherwise demonstrated potential to succeed at postgraduate level will be considered for admission. All international students are required to demonstrate English Language capability of IELTs 6.5 or equivalent English language qualification.
Fees and funding
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