Study Programme Details
City: Sydney
Country: Australia
Admission Sessions: Autumn Session, Spring Session
Study Format: Full Time
Mode of Study: Fully on Site

Programme Type

Master's degree


24 Months

Scholarship Available




About this Study Course

Envision yourself playing a pivotal role in shaping the future of cities and regions with the Master of City Planning at UNSW. This two-year, professionally accredited postgraduate degree empowers you to launch a fulfilling career in urban and regional planning, bringing your past study experiences into focus.


Explore the dynamic world of city planning at UNSW, where the Master of City Planning offers an enriching journey into an exciting, varied, and progressive profession. As you delve into decisions that influence the destiny of cities and regions, you’ll champion the cause of designing sustainable, equitable, healthy, and inspiring urban spaces. Positioned within the Faculty of Arts, Design & Architecture, you’ll join an interdisciplinary and supportive community, mirroring the collaborative environments found in real-world workplaces. Benefit from UNSW’s robust industry ties and cutting-edge research in city planning, delving into diverse subjects such as city renewal, city analytics, housing policy, and healthy sustainable communities. In your second year, embark on a major capstone project, deepening your specialization and kick-starting your career by enhancing your professional portfolio.

Admission Requirements

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Each university year at UNSW has three terms and an optional summer study period.

You can study full-time or part-time. Depending on how you plan your study load, you can fit two or three courses into a term and one course in a summer term.

Below is a summary of what you will study in a standard two-year, full-time study plan:

  • 9 Core City Planning courses
  • 4 Prescribed electives
  • 1 Capstone project
  • International Fee to Complete Degree $91,000
  • Domestic Commonwealth Supported Places (CSP) are available for this program

Future Career Outcomes

Uncover inspiring stories of successful alumni, showcasing how the program aligns with industry demands and nurtures skills relevant to the dynamic job market.

Visa Requirements:

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