2 Doctoral Programs in Urban Design 2020

A Doctor of Philosophy degree, short Ph.D is an advanced academic degree earned in various fields, signifying major interests and accomplishments in research. Students of urban design learn the planning of communities with respect to land use. Those who work in the field of urban design typically undergo varied studies involving architecture, city planning, landscape design, engineering and relat… Read more

A Doctor of Philosophy degree, short Ph.D is an advanced academic degree earned in various fields, signifying major interests and accomplishments in research.

Students of urban design learn the planning of communities with respect to land use. Those who work in the field of urban design typically undergo varied studies involving architecture, city planning, landscape design, engineering and related disciplines.

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A Coruña , Spain + 9 More

El programa oficial de Doctorado en “Arquitectura y Urbanismo” está organizado por la Universidad de A Coruña. Al tratarse de una titulación única en el Sistema Universitario ... +

El programa oficial de Doctorado en “Arquitectura y Urbanismo” está organizado por la Universidad de A Coruña. Al tratarse de una titulación única en el Sistema Universitario de Galicia se pretende que recoja las actividades investigadoras en estas disciplinas en la Comunidad Autónoma de Galicia, pero sin renunciar a su expansión a nivel nacional e internacional. -
PhD
Full-time
Part-time
3 years
Spanish
September 2020
Campus
 
L'Aquila , Italy

The Ph.D. Program in “Urban Studies and Regional Science” is unique in the world. It is a multidisciplinary program meant for students from different backgrounds including app ... +

The Ph.D. Program in “Urban Studies and Regional Science” is unique in the world. It is a multidisciplinary program meant for students from different backgrounds including applied economists, economic geographers, urban planners, and sociologists. Our main research themes include migration (both voluntary and forced), regional resilience (both in peripheral areas and cities), knowledge (innovation, human capital, creativity, entrepreneurship) and the informal economy. The methodological approach spans from more qualitative (case studies) techniques to more quantitative (econometric-based) ones. We have internship programs with the OECD and the European Commission and several collaborations with foreign universities (including an Erasmus+ program with the London School of Economics). Our students are fully funded and we provide them with accommodation and meal vouchers. -
PhD
Full-time
4 years
English
November 2019
20 Jun 2018
Campus