The sustainability of tomorrow’s communities will depend a great deal on how they are planned today. The professional regional, urban or environmental planner is playing an increasing role in ensuring we live in better, more sustainable environments.
The key strength of this program is that it produces planners who can understand both urban planning and environmental science issues. Taught via the use of innovative studios, project-based teaching methods and off-campus work experience, the degree is helping to meet the current shortage of town planners across Australia.
It is highly regarded by industry because it gives a foundation in planning related issues such as land use and regional growth management, transport planning and community development together with core environmental issues of land and water management, ecology and conservation biology and pollution.
The University’s Undergraduate Admission policy will apply:
English language requirements
English language requirements apply to International applicants and other applicants whose previous study was undertaken in a language other than English. There are minimum English language requirements for such applicants for entry to all programs. For this program you will be required to have the following:
An International student is a person who is not an Australian or New Zealand citizen or an Australian permanent resident or holder of Australian Permanent Humanitarian visa.
This program is available to International students applying to study IN AUSTRALIA at Griffith University. International students wishing to undertake this program require a student visa to study in Australia or another visa type which does not preclude them from studying in Australia.
International students apply for admission through Griffith International.