The curriculum of PLANET Europe integrates study in at least two universities (Nijmegen and Cardiff or Karlskrona in semesters 1 and 2) and different countries (depending on location during semesters 3 and 4). The programme combines academic study with professional experience and independent research. In your studies, you will focus on processes and outcomes of EU policy-making of relevance to spatial and environmental planning and economic development; on governance and institutional analyses of spatial planning planning in a comparative perspective; and you learn how planners can engage with the international dimension of their work.
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