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MURP Students Study Abroad

 

Why study Urban and Regional
Planning abroad?
 

Students in the Master's Program in Urban and Regional Planning are encouraged to enhance their graduate education by incorporating an international experience through study abroad. You can study in nearly any of EAP's 35 countries!

EAP courses in geography, sociology, economics, development studies, political science, environmental studies and architecture as well as courses in urban and regional planning can contribute towards MURP degree credits. Please consult with your faculty advisor regarding appropriate courses and credit transfers.

Interested in urban and regional planning for developing countries? Consider EAP in Brazil , Chile, Costa Rica, Egypt, Ghana, Hungary, India, Mexico, South Africa, Thailand, Turkey, or Vietnam.

Interested in a specific region? Do you have past experience in a certain country? Further develop your skills by participating in an internship or research while studying abroad!

 

When should I go abroad?
What is the different between EAP and NEURUS?
MURP students are encouraged to participate in EAP during the fall semester of the second year in the MURP program.

Students considering EAP study at other times should consult with the Planning, Policy, and Design graduate coordinator and faculty graduate advisor first to assess the impact on their time-to-degree.

The Education Abroad Program (EAP) is the distinctive and distinguished international program of the University of California that provides academic exchanges for the University of California . There are over 150 programs in 35 countries. You will receive UCI credit for all courses taken on EAP.

The Network for European and U.S. Regional Urban Studies program (NEURUS) is an exchange program comprised of 6 universities. The program allows students to examine urban and regional development issues from a different perspective, using internet technologies, distance learning methods, international student exchanges, transcontinental seminars, and traditional forms of collaboration to make resources and expertise at each partner university available to students at any of the six participating institutions. Click here for more information

To find out more about NEURUS please contact Professor Scott Bollens:
Phone: (949) 824-7696, 3480
Office: 206E SE-I
Email: bollens@uci.edu

 

 

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