Currently, globalization, climate changes and territorial government are the major challenges in city and spatial planning. Therefore, the course will develop specific competences to answer these challenges, focusing on urban policies and hazard prevention.
Besides, we are alert to the labour market’s needs and look out to improve education in the areas of strategy and prospective, innovation, partnership and contracting.
Credited with 120 ECTS, the Masters is four semesters long.
Degree approved under Art. 54 of the Teaching Career Statute, regulated by Ordinance number 334/2008, of 30/04, for the groups: 420 (Order of June 12th, 2019).This degree enables those who are already in the teaching profession to advance in their career, but it is not a teaching qualification degree.
"The Master’s in Hazards, Cities and Spatial Planning gave me a much more comprehensive understanding of spatial problems and dynamics, as well as of the processes to minimise and mitigate the issues related to living in our city."
Sandra Carla Pereira Melo - Senior Officer, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, University of Porto
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