This joint Master HES-SO -UNIGE offers advanced training in the fields of urban planning, geomatics, landscape architecture and territorial development, in both the North and South.
The programme at a glance
Master of Science in Urban and Regional Planning
Bachelor's degree from a university of applied sciences in the field of landscape architecture, geomatics, territorial engineering, architecture, engineering, environment, civil engineering, energy and environmental techniques or equivalent.
University degree or EPF in political science, sociology, ethnology/anthropology, law, geography, economics, architecture, landscape architecture, engineering, environment, ecology or equivalent.
The validation of a complementary program (co-requisite/pre-requisite) may be required for students holding a degree with no explicit relation to territorial development.
Applications for the 2023 academic year are closed.
Applications for the 2024 academic year will open in December 2023
For any questions : admissions(at)hes-so.ch
Full time or part time
120 ECTS credits
Mainly in French
CHF 500 per semester (course fee)
CHF 250 per semester (contribution to study costs for certain services)