Bachelor of Arts (Urban and Regional Planning)
Intakes: July, February
International tuition: A$30,700
Domestic tuition: A$9,060
This course promotes a balanced view towards: theory and practice; and local and global perspectives. Fieldwork, studios and practical exercises are integrated within the curriculum. The course will help you achieve core skills recognised by employers in the planning profession. By undertaking field work with practical planning projects, you will learn core skills and knowledge recognised by employers in the planning profession. These projects are often carried out in conjunction with our industry partners, exposing you to future employers.
This program can be done
Successful completion of one year of a Diploma of Specialist at a state institution or fully accredited private institution where separate evidence of English competence is required. IELTS 6.5 with no band lower than 6.0
Local government planner Private planning consultant Researcher State government planner Place maker/manager. Potential employers can include: Commonwealth agencies Development companies Environmental authorities Housing agencies Regional development authorities Transport agencies.
Perth , Australia