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Universitas Gadjah Mada Master in Urban and Regional Planning
Universitas Gadjah Mada

Master in Urban and Regional Planning

4 Semesters

English

Full time

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Aug 2024

IDR 1,300,000,000 / per semester *

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* international | regular: IDR 13,000,000.00

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Introduction

Magister Perencanaan Wilayah dan Kota (MPWK) or Master Programme in Urban and Regional Planning (MURP) was established in 1994. The establishment of MURP started off with the idea that planning is tremendously needed in the country and the nation’s development; the urge to take part in providing planning education that could disseminate planning ability and way of thinking to society that could affect future development’s direction decision; and the importance of human resources and planning knowledge to support development in planning studies.

Until 2017, the name of the degree programme was Magister Perencanaan Kota dan Daerah (Master Programme of City and Regional Planning). The name MURP corresponds with the terminology used in the planning community in Indonesia. The main course languages that are used are Indonesian and English.

MURP aims at how to provide problem-solving to current problems as well as better future focusing on spatial planning. Because of its comprehensiveness, MURP relates to other fields of study. Urban and regional planning discusses what can planners do to solve problems using spatial planning and engineering.

Magister Perencanaan Wilayah dan Kota – MPWK/MURP (Master Program in Urban and Regional Planning) endeavours to produce graduates that are profiled in:

  1. The thickness of the spatial (aspects)
  2. Emphasis on community approach
  3. The colour of problem-solving recommendations based on the uniqueness of each planning case
  4. More oriented to (planning) implementation
  5. Creatively and courageously build - a personal view by thinking out of the box with structures innovative planning and solutions, and oriented to the leap of progress (futuristic)

Program Duration

Graduated student of this program will be awarded the degree title of Master of Urban and Regional Planning (M.URP.) in early 2018; previously Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) in the field of Urban and Regional Planning after an academic period of 24 months, comprised of 4 semesters (one semester equals 6 months) and a week-long matriculation (pre-program URP). In the first 2 semesters, lectures and studio will be conducted, while in the last 2 semesters, the students will write their thesis.

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