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Urban design is the discipline of designing and managing our ever-changing cities, driven by urbanization, global economics, and advancing technologies.
The Master of Urban Design program at UBC is offered in a one-year curriculum with a central focus on urban design at all scales - from the regional district to the neighbourhood block.
The post-professional course of study integrates design studios with urban design history and theory, economics, and public policy courses.
Within the intensive structure, there are opportunities to orchestrate personal interests in the discipline through a selection of electives and research topics.
The challenging program is founded on combining academia with the contemporary profession.
The program explores an urban design theme each year through community partnerships with regional organizations.
In the design studios, students collaborate with faculty, stakeholders, and professionals on real-world projects for possible future applications.
Along with intimate student ratios of 1:12 in studios and 1:24 in lectures, students are exposed to practising professionals who developed urban design successes in Vancouver.
Students can attend weekly tours to places such as the Olympic Village, Granville Island, and Stanley Park to see these achievements.
The urban design faculty and the affiliates work alongside students in their education and potential collaborations for local, sustainable urbanism projects.
|Cost of living||1 person||$7,800|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$10,295|
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