Future Perspectives for the Master Programme
The present Master’s programme contributes to the much needed methodological framework for the diagnosis, intervention and management of emergent intermediate landscapes. Through the training of skilled technicians this programme seeks to answer some of the most challenging and urgent needs in urbanism. Among these are the regeneration of sprawl areas, the transformation of intercity roads into civic axes, and the preservation of cultural landscapes.
Reasons to study this master
- Each student is unique
In ESARQ-UIC we generate talent through reduced numbers of students in class.
- International outlook
All of the courses include classes taught in English.
- Committed to society
We are in close contact with the world of business and this has an impact on all the teaching programmes and activities throughout the university.
They are already studying it
The university connects us to the professional world troogh internships and business chairs.
Galam Kim, Seoul, Korean Republic