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The second year at the partnering universities in Chile, Ghana, The Philippines and Tanzania

Students chose their second year destination during the first semester at TU Dortmund University. SPRING staff from all universities guide them during this process by considering their academic and professional backgrounds as well as their future planning interests and endeavors.

Each of the SPRING partnering institution has a special academic expertise, which is reflected in the respective curriculum and the course offer. The specialization or study focus vary from Urban Planning at Ardhi University, to Sustainable Development Planning and Management at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, or Environmental Economics in Planning at the Universidad Austral de Chile or Special Problems in Regional Planning (Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction and Management) at the University of the Philippines.

The table below displays the area of specialization of each partnering university as well as modules offered and their respective courses.

Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana          

Sustainable Development Planning and Management                   

Module Courses
7a:
Planning and Research Methods
1. Spatial Statistics
2. Planning Surveys and Research Methodology
8a:
Policy Planning and Implementation in Ghana
1. Governance of Development
2. Planning Practice in Ghana
9a:
Development Workshop
1. Development Workshop
10a:
Master Thesis
1. Master Thesis Writing

University of the Philippines, Manila, The Philippines                         

Special Problems in Regional Planning (Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction and Management)                  

Module Courses
7b:
Planning and Research Methods
1. Research Methods in Planning
2. Planning and Analysis Techniques
8b:
Policy Planning and Implementation in the Philippiners
1. Planning Process
2. Special Problems in Regional Planning (Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction and Management)
9b:
Development Workshop
1. Planning Workshop
10b:
Master Thesis
1. Master Thesis Writing

Ardhi University, Dar es Salam, Tanzania                       

Urban Planning                     

Module Courses
7c:
Planning and Research Methods
1. Research Methods
2. Planning and Management in Information Systems
3. Professional Practice
8c:
Urban Planning and Management in Tanzania
1. Urban Planning and Management Theories
2. Urban Land Management and Development (elective)
3. Urban Housing Development and Management (elective)
4. Urban Infrastructure Planning and Management (elective)
5. Gender and Urban Development (elective)
9c:
Urban Planning and Management Workshop
1. Urban Planning and Management Studio
Module 10c:
Master Thesis
1. Master Thesis Writing

 

Universidad Austral de Chile, Valdivia, Chile

Environmental Economics in Planning

(Chile is currently not available as a second year destination, presumably back in 2021)

 
Module Courses
Module 7d:
Planning and Research Methods
1 Qualitative Methods in Research
2. Quantitative Methods in Research
3. Geospatial Analysis in Planning
Module 8d:
Policy Planning and Implementation in Chile
1. Regional Planning and Environmental Management
2. Decentralised Development Planning
3. Theoretical Foundations for Development Planning
4. Regional and Local Dynamics of Development Intervention
Module 9d:
Development Planning Workshop
1. Workshop 1: Analysis
2. Workshop 2: Planning
3. Workshop 3: Implementation
Module 10d:
Master Thesis
1. Topic Identification and Research Proposal
2. Master Thesis Research Project
3. Final Presentation and Thesis Defence



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More information on the second year modules is provided in our Module Handbook.

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