Urban planning is generally defined as the art and science of laying out a city to maximize quality of life, economic development, and future growth. This discipline usually encompasses elements of civil engineering, city planning, and public policy.
Course in Urban Planning
7 Results inUrban Planning
Rationale of the Training Course - Developing Social Housing Projects: One of the characteristics of developing countries is fast growing cities and the lack of affordable and ... +
Course: Architecture as a Social Business: Regenerating the Urban Environment by Creating Job Opportunities
To date, 3.5 billion people, approximately half of the global population, live in cities: this urban population concentrated on 2% of the Earth’s surface, releases into the at ... +
International postgraduate program of Advanced Studies in Urbanism and Real Estate Development (ASURED)
A Program with Unique Features - ASURED is one of the few international programs worldwide offering education in both urban planning and real estate development within the sam ... +
Rationale of the Training Course - Eco-Cities: Policies for Sustainable Energy: Half the world’s population now live in built-up areas, with an estimated 60 million people bei ... +
3-month post-graduate diploma course - 93rd International Course on Housing and Urban Development: The modules of the master program guarantee the academic depth of the study, ... +
Land Management and Informal Settlement Regularisation - A joint programme of IHS and the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, Cambridge, MA, USA ...
Urban Management Tools for Climate Change course is jointly developed with UN-HABITAT. This course offers management tools for urban policy makers, planners and environmentali ... +