École urbaine, Cycle d'urbanisme
naires des villes et des collectivités territoriales, de responsables en bureaux d’études et de conseil. Les étudiants sont préparés de manière très active à leur entrée dans la vie professionnelle. Ils bénéﬁcient des réseaux des 1 700 anciens et d’enseignants qui sont essentiellement des professionnels reconnus. Le master est accrédité par l’Ofﬁce professionnel des qualiﬁcations en urbanisme et par l’Aperau, association regroupant les principaux instituts d’urbanisme français.
MASTER IN URBAN PLANNING
Scientific Director: Pr. Marco Cremaschi, Phd Academic Coordinator: Irène Mboumoua
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Academic Assistant: Jérôme Michel
The Master in Urban Planning, with an annual enrolment of approximately forty, has trained students for careers in urbanism, planning, and real estate for over forty years. The program is designed for students who have already completed a Master 1, in whatever discipline. It is a strongly interdisciplinary program, with specializations in law, economics, urbanism and planning techniques. The program is organized along two axes: urban project management; and professional technical training in urban planning methods through team project work. The teaching approach combines interactive courses and technical group projects. In the ﬁrst two months, students get their technical skills up to speed, with training sessions adapted to the speciﬁc needs of each student, whatever their academic background. The goals of the program are: • to provide a solid foundation in the social sciences; • to provide well-rounded training in the challenges and institutional contexts of urban development, construction, urbanism and real estate; • to enrich the architectural appreciation of future practitioners, by involving all students in urban planning projects; • to offer two specialization options that prepare students for employment in the ﬁeld; • to develop strong synthetic, presentation and communication skills; • to prepare students to make decisions in complex institutional environments. Orientation and speciﬁc features The program consists of two intensive semesters, i.e. 10 months of coursework, followed by an internship or professional experience and the writing of an article in the third semester. The program covers all aspects of urban development (construction, housing, real estate) and urban project management through general courses and group projects. These working groups constitute a key part of the learning experience. From late October to late June, students work in groups of ﬁve or eight under the supervision of a professional in the ﬁeld and under quasi-professional conditions on a technical or urban project contracted with a public institution or private organization. All work is oriented towards completion of team projects.