PhD Research

The Urbanism Research Programme provides a lively stimulating environment for PhD research. Candidates also participate in the TU Delft Graduate School which provides doctoral education in research skills and personal and career development. PhD work forms a major part of Urbanism research. The research programme is organised in research themes, and all proposals must demonstrate how they will contribute to the themes. The overall Urbanism Research Programme can be viewed here . PhD candidates participate in a four-year programme. In the first year, the candidate prepares a comprehensive research proposal and a long paper, which is assessed by a professorial panel following a public presentation. PhD opportunities may arise for specific projects funded by the Dutch National Research Organisation (NWO) or other funding bodies. In these cases the PhD candidate will be employed by the TU Delft to undertake a specific project. These opportunities will be advertised at ‘ Working at TU Delft’ . However, most PhD candidates find their own funding. In this case TU Delft offers supervision and an academic environment and the candidate performs research in the university on a daily basis based on hospitality to enable him/her to write a thesis within four years. The PhD candidate may be granted time or financing by a) a foreign university; b) personal grant-issuing organisations such as national research councils, or c) his/her employer. If the Urbanism Programme decides to accept an applicant on a preliminary basis who has not already secured funding, supervisors are able to assist with the preparation of applications for grant funding, but the responsibility for finding funding rests with the applicant. Applicants will need to explain on their application where they expect to gain funding. We do not accept applicants who are self-financed from personal funds.

Call for applications

New topics will be posted periodically on this website.

Topic 1: Cross-national comparison of territorial governance, spatial planning and regional design.

phd positions in urban planning in europe

The Urbanism Research Programme conducts research on the theme of international comparative planning and regional design. We aim to take forward comparative research that builds knowledge of the key factors that determine the performance of 

regional and urban planning and design, and which supports more responsive and progressive planning that can influence spatial development in more sustainable directions. We are keen to develop our comparative knowledge of spatial planning in China in collaboration with colleagues at South China University of Technology through the joint Centre on Urban Systems and Environment. The theme will continue to build on previous work, for example:

Nadin, V. and Stead, D. (2008) European spatial planning systems, social models and learning, DISP 172, January, 35-47;

Nadin, V. (2013), and International comparative planning methodology: introduction to the theme, Planning Practice and Research, 27(1): 1-5. 

Potential supervisors include Vincent Nadin, Dominic Stead, Wil Zonneveld and Marcin Dabrowski.

Topic 2: The meaning and role of ‘spatial planning’ and ‘territorial governance’ under difficult and adverse conditions

phd positions in urban planning in europe

Many recent spatial planning reforms across the world have led to shifts in planning regimes: often from statutory plan-led to development-led approaches. In various countries regional design and the ‘art’ of making spatial representations and the imagination of spatial metaphors has emerged as a powerful tool in capacity- and consensus building in multi-actor settings. It is often used as a

 way of overcoming conflicting rationales and images of desired spatial development and spatial futures. In practice, regional design fulfils different roles in different situations, depending on the actor settings and the nature of the issues at hand. We would like to develop research that focus on the performance of regional design in various institutional settings in different countries and (urban) regions. This research will continue current research including:

Balz, V. & Zonneveld, W. (2014) Regional Design in the Context of Fragmented Territorial Governance: South Wing Studio, European Planning Studies, OnlineFirst doi 10.1080/09654313.2014.889662.

Potential supervisors include: Wil Zonneveld, Vincent Nadin, Dominic Stead

Topic 3: The performance of regional design in complex governance settings.

phd positions in urban planning in europe

Many recent spatial planning reforms across the world have led to shifts in planning regimes: often from statutory plan-led to development-led approaches. In various countries regional design and the ‘art’ of making spatial representations and the imagination of spatial metaphors has emerged as a powerful tool in capacity- and consensus 

building in multi-actor settings. It is often used as a way of overcoming conflicting rationales and images of desired spatial development and spatial futures. In practice, regional design fulfils different roles in different situations, depending on the actor settings and the nature of the issues at hand. We would like to develop research that focus on the performance of regional design in various institutional settings in different countries and (urban) regions. This research will continue current research including:

Topic 4: The process of metropolisation in polycentric metropolitan regions.

phd positions in urban planning in europe

Metropolisation is understood as the process through which a loose collection of proximally located cities starts to become more functionally, culturally and institutionally integrated. It can be assumed that in theory metropolisation enhances 

performance, and indeed this conviction underlies many European metropolitan development strategies. Yet little is known about how this potential is realised in practice, nor has the relationship between the level of metropolisation and performance of polycentric metropolitan areas been explored. Issues that can be addressed include the development of regional identity alongside urban identities, overcoming governmental fragmentation in polycentric metropolitan regions and the development of functional relationships within such regions. Also, from an economics perspective, the concepts of ‘borrowed size’ and ‘agglomeration shadows’ within polycentric metropolitan regions deserve further exploration. This research builds for instance on:

Meijers, E., Hoogerbrugge, M & K. Hollander (2014) Twin Cities in the Process of Metropolisation, Urban Research & Practice, 7(1), 35-55

Burger, M., Meijers, E., Hoogerbrugge, M & J. Masip Tresserra (2014) Borrowed Size, Agglomeration Shadows and Cultural Amenities in North-West Europe – European Planning Studies; available online first DOI:  dx.doi.org/10.1080/09654313.2014.905002 .

Potential supervisors include: Evert Meijers, Wil Zonneveld. 

Topic 5: The relationship between the spatial and socio-economic performances of built environments.

phd positions in urban planning in europe

Urbanism is concerned with the relationship between the spatial structure of the physical built environment and social and economic life. However, there is a great uncertainty about the effect of the 

physical world on society and how it varies according to the local cultures and planning laws or regulations. This hinders effective intervention though planning and urban design.

Our research aims to improve understandings of the variable performance of the physical arrangement of the built environment, the spatial structure of the transport networks at varying scales from neighbourhood to regional levels, in terms of economic vitality, social cohesion and environmental sustainability (Van Nes, Akkelies, 2011, “Measuring spatial visibility, adjacency, permeability and degrees of street life in urban areas. The one- and two-dimensional isovists analyses in Space Syntax”, in: S. Nijhuis, R. van Lammeren, F. van der Hoeven (eds) ”Exploring the visual landscape; Advances in Landscape physiognomic Research in the Netherlands”, IOS press, Amsterdam, Ye, Yu, and Van Nes, Akkelies 2014, “Quantitative tools in urban morphology: Combining space syntax, spacematrix and mixed-use index in a GIS framework” in: Journal of Urban Morphology (forthcoming); Van Nes, Akkelies and Lopez, Manuel, 2010, “Macro and micro scale spatial variables and the distribution of residential burglaries and theft from cars: an investigation of space and crime in the Dutch cities of Alkmaar and Gouda”, in: Journal of Space Syntax, no 2.). We examine the extent to which planning and other urban interventions take account of knowledge of these relationships and with what effects.

Future research will explore the relationship between physical layout, building functions and social life, comparing historic districts with contemporary developments in different cultural (national) contexts. We are particularly interested in the effects of the spatial morphology of built environments on society in terms of the incidence of crime, vitality of shopping areas, livability of housing areas and land values. This requires developing or improving existing analyses tools, to test combination of existing tools, and to deal with the possibilities of improved computer capacities and software development useful for handling research on built environments. Other methods for analyzing the spatial properties of built environments needs improvement, from a phenomenological as well as from a morphological and topological/configurationally approach.

Potential supervisors include Akkelies van Nes.

Topic 6: Planning and Designing for Development: Spatial Strategies for Urban Development in Rapidly Growing Economies.

The Urbanism programme undertakes critical analyses of urbanization processes in the developing world, including the comparative study of planning frameworks, tools and cultures, governance structures and the dynamics of spatial form, as well as issues arising from the interactions between planned and unplanned, formal and informal and legal and extra-legal urban development. We examine the interactions between spatial planning, political structures, social struggles and the built environment. This research cluster relies on expertise of several staff members and builds on previous research and education programs carried out in the Department of Urbanism of TU Delft. Prospective PhD candidates must be able to conduct research aimed to inform the preparation of plans and strategies that tackle issues associated with international urban development. Research in this area must also underpin education offered at Master level in the Department of Urbanism. Our recent work includes:

Ballegoijen, J. V. & Rocco, R. 2013. The ideologies of informality: Informal urbanization in the architectural and planning discourses. Third World Quarterly, 34, 1794-1810;

Fernández-Maldonado, A.M. (2014) Incremental housing in Peru and the role of the social housing sector, in: van Lindert, P., Smets, P. & Bredenoord, J. (eds) Affordable Housing in the Urban Global South, London and New York: Earthscan;

Fernández-Maldonado, A. M. (2011) Trends toward Urbanization in the Americas, in: H. M. Tarver (ed.), World History Encyclopedia, Era 8: Crisis and Achievement, 1900-1945, Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO;

Pojani, D. 2013. “From Squatter Settlement to Suburb: The Transformation of Bathore, Albania.” Housing Studies 28 (6): 805-821. 

Potential supervisors include: Ana María Fernández Maldonado, Roberto Rocco.

Topic 7: Doing a PhD at the research group 3D GeoInformation

The 3D Geoinformation research theme studies the technologies underpinning geographical information systems (GIS), and aims at designing, developing, and implementing better systems to model 3D cities, buildings and landscapes. The research focuses on spatial data, and specifically the modelling, structuring, maintenance, analysis and dissemination of large amounts of (3D) geoinformation about urban areas.   

3D geoinformation can make a key contribution to the design and planning of interventions in the urban environment. Thus, serving the needs of practice is extremely important and we develop solutions in close collaboration with users such as experts in noise, wind and emergency evacuation simulations.  We have a history of successful collaborations with the industry and the government: our research has led to open source software, standards, and patents for the management of 3D geographic information.

Example research questions 

  • 3D geoinformation infrastructure: how to collect, model, maintain or disseminate 3D information about urban and rural areas and use it for many different applications?
  • How to reconstruct semantically rich 3D city models?
  • What data structures and algorithms are needed for 3D modelling?
  • How to deal with different levels of detail of 3D geoinformation?
  • How to connect information from the design&construction world (BIM) with geo-information applications? 

Interested in doing PhD in our group?

If you are interested doing a PhD in our group there are two possibilities:

(1) Apply for a paid position Sometimes paid positions become available for a postdoc or PhD candidate, when a research project has been granted funding. Whenever we have such a position, you can find it at our home page: https://3d.bk.tudelft.nl

(2) Open application with own funding If you have found own financial support, you can apply for a PhD position in our group to either work on your project full-time as a contract PhD candidate or keep your current job and/or stay where you live and work on your project part-time as an external PhD candidate. Please contact the chair of the group for more information and the conditions for such a type of PhD research: Prof dr Jantien Stoter, [email protected]

Process of consideration of applications

  • Applications must be made through the Graduate School AB+E. See the application & selection process on the Graduate School website .
  • Please state clearly at the top of your proposal which topic your proposal addresses.
  • A panel will assess the applications and create a shortlist. The criteria are: a) the scientific quality of the research proposal; b) the societal relevance of the research proposal; c) the quality of the curriculum vitae including academic qualifications; d) other considerations like evidence of writing skills, funding and English language competence.
  • The panel will pay particular attention to the ability of the candidate to develop knowledge in the relevant topic.
  • Shortlisted applicants may be interviewed, if necessary by video link or telephone.
  • Subject to funding, the successful applicants will be given hospitality for 4 years, during which they will undertake a formal progress review (a go,no-go). Following a successful review the candidate will register with the University for the PhD. 

Share this page:

Doctoral Programme in Landscape and Urban Studies

Urban and Rural Transformations, Addis Ababa, 2016. © Sascha Delz, ETH Zürich.

The doctoral programme at the ETH Zurich Department of Architecture’s Institute of Landscape and Urban Studies (LUS) offers one fellowship position starting on 1 October 2024. 100%, Zurich-based, fixed-term. Job description

The LUS Doctoral Programme

The doctoral programme at the Institute of Landscape and Urban Studies (LUS), ETH Zurich D-ARCH, is dedicated to exploring contemporary challenges in urban and environmental transformation within broader socio-cultural, political-economic, and theoretical frameworks. This programme is designed to foster critical discourse and nurture independent, innovative, and proactive research that addresses pressing social and environmental issues.

The LUS Institute engages with the production of landscape, territory, and human settlements across various scales and diverse global geographies. Key research areas include landscape and designed ecologies, energy transition, agroecology, hydrology, regenerative agriculture, adaptive infrastructures, housing, and socio-economic development with a focus on urban inequality. Geographically, the LUS Institute’s research spans Switzerland, Europe, and the broader global South.

By bringing together disciplines such as architecture, landscape architecture, urban and territorial design, and planning, as well as the social sciences, the doctoral programme at the LUS Institute adopts an inter- and transdisciplinary approach. This approach encompasses a diverse range of methodological approaches, from qualitative and quantitative research to ethnography, critical cartography, design-based action research, systems research, and urban theory.

About the Programme

The doctoral programme is conducted in English. With a current enrollment of over 25 participants, the LUS doctoral programme encourages both individual research and collaborative engagement within the doctoral community. The programme offers multiple platforms for interaction, such as the LUS methods seminar, institute-wide colloquia, workshops, and doctoral reviews. Embedded in the vibrant doctoral education environment of the Department of Architecture at ETH Zurich, the LUS doctoral programme actively collaborates with the doctoral programme at the Institute of History and Theory of Architecture (gta) , ETH Zurich. This collaboration enhances interdisciplinary perspectives and provides enriched research opportunities.

Participating Chairs at the LUS

While the proposed research should align with the individual and collective research agendas of the participating chairs at the LUS Institute, candidates are welcome to apply with an independent research topic, provided it aligns with the collective competencies of the Institute. The LUS Institute currently comprises seven chairs, each contributing to its diverse research landscape:

  • Chair of History and Theory of Urban Design, Prof. Dr. Tom Avermaete
  • Chair of Architecture and Housing, Prof. Maria Conen
  • Chair of Landscape Architecture, Prof. Dr. Teresa Galí-Izard
  • Chair of Architecture and Urban Design, Prof. Hubert Klumpner
  • Chair of Architecture and Urban Transformation, Prof. Freek Persyn
  • Chair of Architecture and Territorial Planning, Prof. Milica Topalovic
  • Chair of Landscape Architecture, Prof. Martina Voser

Job description

Conduct original doctoral research on an individually determined topic within the disciplines of landscape and urban studies. The fellowship places no restriction on the geography or time period of the proposed research project. You are expected to devote a small part of your time to community building activities at the LUS doctoral school and co-curate LUS Talks during the second year of your studies. See past LUS Talks here.

100% doctoral employment at the ETH standard rate, with an expected term of three-and-a-half years to completion, pending successful approval of the doctoral plan at the end of year one.

Your Profile

We are seeking individuals with a background in architecture, landscape architecture, urban and territorial design and planning, and social sciences, with strong research or design experience that can benefit from the inter- and transdisciplinary engagements offered by the institute.

You must hold a university diploma or master’s degree obtained at university level (equivalent to the FHEQ-Level 7) in architecture, landscape architecture, urban design, urban planning, and social science, or related fields.

You must additionally demonstrate excellent research and writing skills.

The programme provides funding for up to three-and-a-half years, with a potential extension. You will be employed at full employment (100% pensum), based on the ETH Zurich doctoral student contract, with monthly salaries according to the ‘standard rate’. For a detailed calculation of salaries, please refer to this link .

You are required to take up residency in Zurich during the period of the scholarship. Working, teaching and research at ETH Zurich

We value diversity

In line with our values , ETH Zurich encourages an inclusive culture. We promote equality of opportunity, value diversity and nurture a working and learning environment in which the rights and dignity of all our staff and students are respected. Visit our Equal Opportunities and Diversity website to find out how we ensure a fair and open environment that allows everyone to grow and flourish.

Curious? So are we.

Applications must be addressed to the Institute of Landscape and Urban Studies rather than to individual professors. Applicants must note that the application will be solely evaluated for their content and the applicants are thus requested to not contact individual professors before applying.

We are looking forward to receiving your online application with the following documents by 15 March 2024, 23:59 CET:

  • Letter of motivation (1 page).
  • Outline for the Proposed Research Project (4 pages + addendums). The document should include the research title, a review of the current state-of-the-art related to the proposed topic, clearly defined research questions, articulated aims and objectives, anticipated formats for publication, and a demonstration of why the LUS Institute is an ideal host for the proposed research. The main content must adhere to a 4-page limit, utilizing 11pt. font and single-spacing. Supplementary pages may be used for up to three illustrations (maps, drawings, images), bibliography, and a project timeline.
  • Curriculum vitae (including publications, portfolio, and work samples, max. 10 pages).
  • Published piece of writing if available (1 text, max. 15 pages).
  • Name, affiliation, and email addresses of 2 referees.

Please note that applications missing any of the documents listed above and/or exceeding specified page limits will not be considered for evaluation.

The programme exclusively accepts application documents submitted through the ETH online application portal. Applications submitted via email or postal services will not be considered.

Application Timeline

  • 15 March 2024: Submission deadline (23:59 CET).
  • Middle of April 2024: Notification to shortlisted candidates.
  • End of April 2024: Interviews with shortlisted candidates.
  • Beginning of May 2024: Notification to successful applicants.
  • 1 October 2024: Start of programme.

Further information about the programme, the participating faculty and the application process.

Applicants are requested to refer to the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) before approaching the programme coordinator. Only for questions that cannot be addressed through the FAQs contact the doctoral programme coordinator Nitin Bathla . Requests sent to any other email will not be considered.

Browser does not support script.

  • Undergraduate
  • Executive education
  • Study Abroad
  • Summer schools
  • Online certificate courses
  • International students
  • Meet, visit and discover LSE

MPhil/PhD Regional and Urban Planning Studies

  • Graduate research
  • Department of Geography and Environment
  • Application code L8ZR
  • Starting 2024
  • Home full-time: Open
  • Overseas full-time: Open
  • Location: Houghton Street, London

This programme offers the chance to undertake a substantial piece of work that is worthy of publication and which makes an original contribution to the social scientific study of urban planning. You will begin on the MPhil, and will need to meet certain requirements to be upgraded to PhD status.

The MPhil/ PhD in Regional and Urban Planning Studies is part of a vibrant, innovative and interdisciplinary graduate training programme that addresses the opportunities, problems, politics and economics of urban and regional planning in cities around the world. Our emphasis is on “understanding the causes of things”, to quote the School’s motto. We do this by employing analytical skills and theoretical insights gained from the social sciences and the fields of planning, architecture, economics and the environment.

Our programme aims to produce top-quality social scientists who are able to engage with the conceptual foundations of urban planning and employ robust and appropriate methods in their research.

As well as taking your time to look through the sections below,  we also encourage you to take a look at our  FAQs , which cover a range of frequently asked questions, including on the application process and funding.

Programme details

For more information about tuition fees and entry requirements, see the fees and funding and assessing your application sections.

Entry requirements

Minimum entry requirements for mphil/phd regional and urban planning.

The programme is offered in the following alternative formats:

Either  the MPhil/PhD in Regional and Urban Planning

Or  combined with the MSc Regional and Urban Planning Studies progressing onto the MPhil/PhD in Regional Planning (1+3 route)

MPhil/PhD in Regional and Urban Planning

The minimum entry requirement for this programme is a taught master’s degree (or equivalent), with a minimum of 65 per cent average and at least 70 in the dissertation, in a related.

Most students take four years to complete the PhD.

1+3 Route: MSc Regional and Urban Planning Studies (1 year) + MPhil/PhD in Regional Planning

The 1+3 route is suitable for those individuals who do not hold a relevant an ESRC recognised postgraduate research training degree and is aimed at students graduating with an undergraduate degree in planning, urban geography or closely related subject. (See entrance requirements for the  MSc Regional and Urban Planning Studies programme ).

The 1+3 Combined PhD Programme is only available as part of an ESRC Funded pathway.

The 1+3 scheme provides funding for a one year research training MSc programme plus three years in a linked PhD programme. Progression from the master’s onto the PhD programme is dependent upon performance in the master’s programme (Students must score 65 per cent overall and at least 70 in their dissertation to comply with the Department’s usual PhD entry criteria).

Once on the PhD Programme, 1+3 students will follow the same programme structure as ordinary PhD students but adjusted to account for courses already taken on the MSc.

In practice, most students take four years to complete the PhD in addition to the year of study for the relevant MSc.

How to apply

To apply for the 1+3 route, an application must be submitted for the relevant master’s programme, including a research proposal for the PhD aspect of the pathway. Applicants must also indicate their wish to be considered for the 1+3 pathway and associated funding within their personal statement. If you apply for the PhD programme directly, will not be considered for the 1+3 pathway.

Competition for places at the School is high. This means that even if you meet our minimum entry requirement, this does not guarantee you an offer of admission. 

If you have studied or are studying outside of the UK then have a look at our  Information for International Students  to find out the entry requirements that apply to you.

Assessing your application

We welcome applications for research programmes that complement the academic interests of members of staff at the School, and we recommend that you investigate  staff research interests  before applying.

We carefully consider each application on an individual basis, taking into account all the information presented on your application form, including your:

- academic achievement (including existing and pending qualifications) - statement of academic purpose - references - CV - outline research proposal - sample of written work.

 See further information on supporting documents

You may also have to provide evidence of your English proficiency. You do not need to provide this at the time of your application to LSE, but we recommend that you do.  See our English language requirements .

When to apply

The application deadline for this programme is 23 May 2024 . However, to be considered for any LSE funding opportunity, you must have submitted your application and all supporting documents by the funding deadline. See the fees and funding section for more details.

Fees and funding

Every research student is charged a fee in line with the fee structure for their programme. The fee covers registration and examination fees payable to the School, lectures, classes and individual supervision, lectures given at other colleges under intercollegiate arrangements and, under current arrangements, membership of the Students' Union. It does not cover  living costs  or travel or fieldwork.

Tuition fees 2024/25 for MPhil/PhD Regional and Urban Planning

Home students: £4,829 for the first year (provisional) Overseas students: £22,632 for the first year

The fee is likely to rise over subsequent years of the programme. The School charges home research students in line with the level of fee that the Research Councils recommend. The fees for overseas students are likely to rise in line with the assumed percentage increase in pay costs (ie, 4 per cent per annum).

The Table of Fees shows the latest tuition amounts for all programmes offered by the School.

Fee status​

The amount of tuition fees you will need to pay, and any financial support you are eligible for, will depend on whether you are classified as a home or overseas student, otherwise known as your fee status. LSE assesses your fee status based on guidelines provided by the Department of Education.

Further information about fee status classification.

Scholarships, studentships and other funding

The School recognises that the  cost of living in London  may be higher than in your home town or country, and we provide generous scholarships each year to home and overseas students.

This programme is eligible for  LSE PhD Studentships , and  Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) funding . Selection for the PhD Studentships and ESRC funding is based on receipt of an application for a place – including all ancillary documents, before the funding deadline.  

Funding deadline for LSE PhD Studentships and ESRC funding: 15 January 2024

In addition to our needs-based awards, LSE also makes available scholarships for students from specific regions of the world and awards for students studying specific subject areas.  Find out more about financial support.

External funding 

There may be other funding opportunities available through other organisations or governments and we recommend you investigate these options as well. 

Further information

Fees and funding opportunities

Information for international students

LSE is an international community, with over 140 nationalities represented amongst its student body. We celebrate this diversity through everything we do.  

If you are applying to LSE from outside of the UK then take a look at our Information for International students . 

1) Take a note of the UK qualifications we require for your programme of interest (found in the ‘Entry requirements’ section of this page). 

2) Go to the International Students section of our website. 

3) Select your country. 

4) Select ‘Graduate entry requirements’ and scroll until you arrive at the information about your local/national qualification. Compare the stated UK entry requirements listed on this page with the local/national entry requirement listed on your country specific page.

Programme structure and courses

In addition to progressing with your research, you are expected to take the courses listed below. You may take other courses to those listed but must discuss this with your supervisor.

(* denotes a half unit)

Training courses Compulsory (not examined) Planning Practice and Research or Staff/Research Students Seminar Provides background sessions for MPhil/PhD students in their first year of study. It also provides the forum in which first year full-time and second year part-time MPhil/PhD students must present their work in advance of submitting their major review documents.

Compulsory (examined) Courses to the value of one unit from the list of options on the relevant MSc degrees Relevant advanced research method courses to the value of one unit from the following: Applied Quantitative Methods* Techniques of Spatial Economic Analysis* Fundamentals of Social Science Research Design* Qualitative Research Methods* Doing Ethnography* Non-Traditional Data: New Dimensions in Qualitative Research* Special Topics in Qualitative Research : Introspection-based Methods in Social Research* Survey Methodology* Causal Inference for Observational and Experimental Studies* Special Topics in Quantitative Analysis: Quantitative Text Analysis*

Transferable skills courses Compulsory (not examined) Research Project Seminar Presentations by research students of aspects of their own research, stressing problems of theory, methodology and techniques.

Second year

Training courses

Compulsory (not examined) Staff / Research Students Seminars Provides background sessions for MPhil/PhD students in their first year of study. It also provides the forum in which first year full-time and second year part-time MPhil/PhD students must present their work in advance of submitting their major review documents.  

Transferable skills courses Compulsory (not examined) Research Project Seminar Presentations by research students of aspects of their own research, stressing problems of theory, methodology and techniques.  

Compulsory (not examined) Staff / Research Students Seminars Provides background sessions for MPhil/PhD students in their first year of study. It also provides the forum in which first year full-time and second year part-time MPhil/PhD students must present their work in advance of submitting their major review documents. 

Transferable skills courses Compulsory (not examined) Research Project Seminar Presentations by research students of aspects of their own research, stressing problems of theory, methodology and techniques. 

For the most up-to-date list of optional courses please visit the relevant School Calendar page. 

You must note, however, that while care has been taken to ensure that this information is up to date and correct, a change of circumstances since publication may cause the School to change, suspend or withdraw a course or programme of study, or change the fees that apply to it. The School will always notify the affected parties as early as practicably possible and propose any viable and relevant alternative options. Note that the School will neither be liable for information that after publication becomes inaccurate or irrelevant, nor for changing, suspending or withdrawing a course or programme of study due to events outside of its control, which includes but is not limited to a lack of demand for a course or programme of study, industrial action, fire, flood or other environmental or physical damage to premises.  

You must also note that places are limited on some courses and/or subject to specific entry requirements. The School cannot therefore guarantee you a place. Please note that changes to programmes and courses can sometimes occur after you have accepted your offer of a place. These changes are normally made in light of developments in the discipline or path-breaking research, or on the basis of student feedback. Changes can take the form of altered course content, teaching formats or assessment modes. Any such changes are intended to enhance the student learning experience. You should visit the School’s   Calendar , or contact the relevant academic department, for information on the availability and/or content of courses and programmes of study. Certain substantive changes will be listed on the  updated graduate course and programme information page.

Supervision, progression and assessment

Supervision.

You will be assigned two supervisors who are specialists in your chosen research field, though not necessarily in your topic. Your supervisors will guide you through your studies.

Progression and assessment

Once on the MPhil/PhD programme you will go through a First Year Progress Review, taking place in the Spring Term of your first year.

For the First Year Progress Review, you must submit a written progress report containing an extensive and updated research proposal (typically including an introduction to the topic and motivation for the research; aims and objectives/research questions; contribution to knowledge; summary of methods to be used; and outline of the work to be done) and either a comprehensive literature review or a substantive draft of a chapter/paper as evidence of progress made during the year. Normally, there will be a progress review meeting between you and your supervisors to discuss the written material presented. The work has to reach an acceptable standard to enable you to progress. There is provision for a second Supplementary Review in cases where there are doubts as to whether progress has been sufficient to allow entry to the second year. Progression to the second year of the MPhil/PhD programme is also dependent on you having passed all required examinations and obtained at least one merit, and having presented your work satisfactorily in the research project seminar.

All research students are initially registered for an MPhil and have to be upgraded to PhD status. The upgrade from MPhil to PhD usually occurs during the second year of full-time registration on the programme. The exact timing depends on your progress. You are required to submit a formal written upgrade report consisting of an extensive revised research proposal, two substantive draft papers/chapters, of which one can be a literature review, and a detailed plan for completion. You will be asked to discuss your research paper/thesis outline during an Upgrade Meeting in front of an Upgrading Committee normally formed by your supervisors and a third member of staff with relevant expertise. The material is evaluated by the Upgrading Committee, who will recommend transferral to PhD registration if your work is judged to be of sufficient quality and quantity. The upgrade is also dependent on you having completed all required training courses and having made a satisfactory research presentation in the research project seminar.

In addition to these formal arrangements, each year during the Spring Term and throughout the course of your studies, you and your supervisors have to complete a yearly Progress Report Form, detailing progress made, problems arising and plan/timeline for completion. The forms are sent to the Director of Post-Graduate Studies for approval before you are able to re-register for the following session. If perceived lack of progress is identified, it can trigger a more formal annual review of progress in which you will be asked to produce specific written documents to be evaluated by a review panel.

Student support and resources

We’re here to help and support you throughout your time at LSE, whether you need help with your academic studies, support with your welfare and wellbeing or simply to develop on a personal and professional level.

Whatever your query, big or small, there are a range of people you can speak to who will be happy to help.  

Department librarians   – they will be able to help you navigate the library and maximise its resources during your studies. 

Accommodation service  – they can offer advice on living in halls and offer guidance on private accommodation related queries.

Class teachers and seminar leaders  – they will be able to assist with queries relating to specific courses. 

Disability and Wellbeing Service  – they are experts in long-term health conditions, sensory impairments, mental health and specific learning difficulties. They offer confidential and free services such as  student counselling,  a  peer support scheme  and arranging  exam adjustments.  They run groups and workshops.  

IT help  – support is available 24 hours a day to assist with all your technology queries.   

LSE Faith Centre  – this is home to LSE's diverse religious activities and transformational interfaith leadership programmes, as well as a space for worship, prayer and quiet reflection. It includes Islamic prayer rooms and a main space for worship. It is also a space for wellbeing classes on campus and is open to all students and staff from all faiths and none.   

Language Centre  – the Centre specialises in offering language courses targeted to the needs of students and practitioners in the social sciences. We offer pre-course English for Academic Purposes programmes; English language support during your studies; modern language courses in nine languages; proofreading, translation and document authentication; and language learning community activities.

LSE Careers  ­ – with the help of LSE Careers, you can make the most of the opportunities that London has to offer. Whatever your career plans, LSE Careers will work with you, connecting you to opportunities and experiences from internships and volunteering to networking events and employer and alumni insights. 

LSE Library   –   founded in 1896, the British Library of Political and Economic Science is the major international library of the social sciences. It stays open late, has lots of excellent resources and is a great place to study. As an LSE student, you’ll have access to a number of other academic libraries in Greater London and nationwide. 

LSE LIFE  – this is where you should go to develop skills you’ll use as a student and beyond. The centre runs talks and workshops on skills you’ll find useful in the classroom; offers one-to-one sessions with study advisers who can help you with reading, making notes, writing, research and exam revision; and provides drop-in sessions for academic and personal support. (See ‘Teaching and assessment’). 

LSE Students’ Union (LSESU)  – they offer academic, personal and financial advice and funding.  

PhD Academy   – this is available for PhD students, wherever they are, to take part in interdisciplinary events and other professional development activities and access all the services related to their registration. 

Sardinia House Dental Practice   – this   offers discounted private dental services to LSE students.  

St Philips Medical Centre  – based in Pethwick-Lawrence House, the Centre provides NHS Primary Care services to registered patients.

Student Services Centre  – our staff here can answer general queries and can point you in the direction of other LSE services.  

Student advisers   – we have a  Deputy Head of Student Services (Advice and Policy)  and an  Adviser to Women Students  who can help with academic and pastoral matters.

Student life

As a student at LSE you’ll be based at our central London campus. Find out what our campus and London have to offer you on academic, social and career perspective. 

Student societies and activities

Your time at LSE is not just about studying, there are plenty of ways to get involved in  extracurricular activities . From joining one of over 200 societies, or starting your own society, to volunteering for a local charity, or attending a public lecture by a world-leading figure, there is a lot to choose from. 

The campus 

LSE is based on one  campus  in the centre of London. Despite the busy feel of the surrounding area, many of the streets around campus are pedestrianised, meaning the campus feels like a real community. 

Life in London 

London is an exciting, vibrant and colourful city. It's also an academic city, with more than 400,000 university students. Whatever your interests or appetite you will find something to suit your palate and pocket in this truly international capital. Make the most of career opportunities and social activities, theatre, museums, music and more. 

Want to find out more? Read why we think  London is a fantastic student city , find out about  key sights, places and experiences for new Londoners . Don't fear, London doesn't have to be super expensive: hear about  London on a budget . 

Quick Careers Facts for the Department of Geography & Environment

Median salary of our PG students 15 months after graduating: £35,000          

Top 5 sectors our students work in:

  • Government, Public Sector and Policy   
  • Financial and Professional Services              
  • Education, Teaching and Research            
  • Real Estate, Environment and Energy 
  • Other Professional, Scientific and Technical Activities

The data was collected as part of the Graduate Outcomes survey, which is administered by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA). Graduates from 2020-21 were the fourth group to be asked to respond to Graduate Outcomes. Median salaries are calculated for respondents who are paid in UK pounds sterling and who were working in full-time employment.

We prepare students for a variety of careers in academia, international organisations (eg the World Bank, OECD, UNEP, European Commission), urban planning, community development, NGOs and national and local governmental institutions.

Further information on graduate destinations for this programme

Enrico Orru

Enrico Orru 170x230

My PhD allowed me to achieve a more comprehensive and critical understanding of the main issues underlying my field of work and to gain strong methodological and analytical skills. After my PhD I've published in journals such as Papers in Regional Science and The Annals of Regional Science . I've worked for the President of the Italian region Sardinia, by providing advice and support in education, labour markets, innovation and regional economic development. Since 2015 I have been working as a research consultant for Eurofound (European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions).

Sabina Uffer

Sabina Uffer P170x230

My PhD focused on the effects of a changing housing strategy on Berlin's urban development. During my research, I worked at LSE Cities on the project Resilient Urban Form and Governance, conducting comparative research on residential and commercial real estate in Hong Kong, Singapore, New York, Paris, London, and Berlin; and I taught research methodology in social science.

Now, I'm head of research for the Cities team at BuroHappold, undertaking projects at the intersection of urban development and infrastructure planning with an emphasis on housing, transportation, and waste. My expertise lies in developing and executing research projects and policy analysis around national and local urban issues in the US, the UK, Germany, and Switzerland. 

Support for your career

Many leading organisations give careers presentations at the School during the year, and LSE Careers has a wide range of resources available to assist students in their job search. Find out more about the  support available to students through LSE Careers .

Find out more about LSE

Discover more about being an LSE student - meet us in a city near you, visit our campus or experience LSE from home. 

Experience LSE from home

Webinars, videos, student blogs and student video diaries will help you gain an insight into what it's like to study at LSE for those that aren't able to make it to our campus.  Experience LSE from home . 

Come on a guided campus tour, attend an undergraduate open day, drop into our office or go on a self-guided tour.  Find out about opportunities to visit LSE . 

LSE visits you

Student Marketing, Recruitment and Study Abroad travels throughout the UK and around the world to meet with prospective students. We visit schools, attend education fairs and also hold Destination LSE events: pre-departure events for offer holders.  Find details on LSE's upcoming visits . 

Virtual Graduate Open Day

Register your interest

Related programmes, mphil/phd human geography and urban studies.

Code(s) L8ZG

MPhil/PhD Economic Geography

Code(s) L7ZQ

MSc Regional and Urban Planning Studies

Code(s) L8U4

MSc Geographic Data Science

Code(s) F9UZ

Request a prospectus

  • Name First name Last name
  • Address Address Line 1 Address Line 2 City County Postcode Country

Speak to Admissions

Content to be supplied

Logo of the European Urban Research Association

DAStU, Polimi PhD programme – Call for applications

phd positions in urban planning in europe

New book – A Modern Guide to National Urban Policies in Europe

phd positions in urban planning in europe

#23 Education

  • Politecnico di Milano

Dastu 2021 Thumbnail 500

DAStU – Politecnico di Milano PhD programme in Urban Planning, Design and Policy

Call for applications 2021 now open, the phd programme in urban planning, design and policy grants five phd positions (four fully paid) to start in november 2021., the four scholarships are organised as follows:.

  • Three positions allow candidates to freely choose their own research topic.
  • One position is based on predefined research topic “Study of Smart Working and population relocation after the Covid_19 pandemic through social and internet traffic patterns”.

PhD scholarships include a full tuition and fees waiver

The UPDP PhD programme aims to explore the significance and impact of contemporary urban changes and understand how they can be governed through planning, design, and policy-making activities.

By establishing a dialogue with the best European and International schools, the UPDP PhD programme is the place for research and innovative approaches to urban studies, spatial planning and urban design. Based on a multi-disciplinary approach, the main objective of educational activity and the individual research training is to offer PhD students a challenging environment, a space for international debate and research, experimentation and innovation.

Download the full programme here!

Brochure-UPDP_37th-Cycle_ENG_A4_2021

Comments are closed.

Related posts

phd positions in urban planning in europe

C-NEWTRAL – 2024 Call for PhD Applicants

phd positions in urban planning in europe

Urban Research & Practice – Volume 17, Issue 1

phd positions in urban planning in europe

EURA Working Group on Recentralisation – Call for membership

phd positions in urban planning in europe

Urban Regeneration Talk #2, Spain – New date

Privacy overview.

Logo: Bauhaus-University Weimar

  • Jump to main menu
  • Jump to page menu
  • Jump to breadcrumbs and menu
  • Jump to subpage menu
  • Jump to main content
  • Jump to contacts and information

phd positions in urban planning in europe

International Doctorate Programme European Urban Studies (IPP-EU)

Ipp-eu program, research focus –  urban housing and forms of living.

Cities in Europe are being confronted with new challenges in the face of increasing social inequalities, demographic and lifestyle changes and expectations for ecological development. These processes require new, innovative approaches to urban development which build upon existing urban structures. Housing in urban areas represents a central cross-disciplinary issue, within which societal problems – which have decisive effects on individuals and their quality of life –  can be seen more acutely. The topic of urban housing is thus an area of research which comprises both abstract considerations about societal forms of cohabitation, and how politics and urban planning implement these ideas, as well as concrete, spatial-morphological, architectural and economic dimensions of urban planning. Understanding the complexity of this area of research, a comprehensive analysis must go hand in hand with recognising the need for alternative concepts for housing policy in the fragmented city. 

The International Doctorate Programme “European Urban Studies” is therefore focusing research on the transformation of European cities with a focus on (multidimensional) housing policy, in the context of current societal challenges – such as climate change, social fragmentation, spatial disparity, cultural differentiation, immigration and the transformation of the real estate economy – and what these challenges imply for the cities of Europe. 

Research Areas

With this call, the International Doctorate Programme “European Urban Studies” is concentrating on research projects which address one of the following research areas specifically, but which can also be linked to at least one of the other research areas.

Housing Policy and Urban Development

At the focus of this research area is social housing provision and how it is developing in the context of a transformation to the welfare state and urban development. Research projects will be considered which look at the functional, institutional and urban-spatial transformation of social housing planning.

Housing Forms and Social Diversity In this context, research should focus both on particular social groups’ specific needs with respect to housing forms, as well as on inquiries into innovative housing concepts.  

Inhabiting Urban Landscapes

Urban landscapes are explored as complex, socioeconomic and ecological patterns of relations. This research focus aims to find future-oriented and landscape-related housing and forms of living in the context of current urban landscapes, as well as sustainable forms of urban development and city-regional development based in use of open space and landscapes.

Housing, Urban Renewal and Heritage

This research area focuses on contemporary urban redevelopment projects with a focus on housing. On the one hand this might comprise an analysis of the socio-spatial and urbanistic, the political and housing policy contexts and effects; on the other hand, questions on how to deal with existing urban structures and on the discursive (re-)negotiation of urban heritage shall be explored.

Concept of Supervision

Accepted doctorate students will be supervised mainly by one professor, chosen according to subject relevant expertise. Two advisory meetings should take place each semester, to which colleagues (other Professors) can also be invited. The programme aims to provide a cooperative form of research supervision. Doctorate students are invited to participate in courses and research activities offered by their supervising chair or by other participating chairs. A course plan will be discussed in advisory meetings. In addition, the programme aims to include doctorate students in teaching by building on their expertise in existing courses, providing the possibility to teach courses, work on research applications, prepare and implement workshops, conferences and more. Common publications are a further option. In addition, graduate students have the opportunity to participate in extracurricular language courses and international network events to facilitate integration at the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar.

Participating Chairs

Prof. Dr. Frank Eckardt (Coordinating Chair), Urban Studies and Social Research

Prof. Dr. Barbara Schönig, Urban Planning

Prof. Dr. Sigrun Langner, Landscape Architecture and Landscape Planning

Jun.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Daniela Zupan, European Cities and Urban Heritage

Dr.-Ing. or Dr. phil.

Application Information

IPP Network

The IPP European Urban Studies was established as part of a nationwide network of International PhD Programmes, which, within the framework of the programme "Doctorates at Universities in Germany (PHD)", were endorsed by the German Research Foundation (DFG) and the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). It is the only IPP in Germany that is dedicated to urban research. By supporting structured doctorate programmes, the DAAD and DFG work toward the implementation of national recommendations for graduate education reform. Structured doctorate programmes were funded at research centers of scientific excellency. 

phd positions in urban planning in europe

Accessibility panel

Simple language.

Information about the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar in German.

Set contrast Read more about this setting

Changes from color to monochrome mode

contrast active

contrast not active

Darkmode for the lightsensitive Read more about this setting

Changes the background color from white to black

Darkmode active

Darkmode not active

Click- and Focus-feedback Read more about this setting

Elements in focus are visually enhanced by an black underlay, while the font is whitened

Feedback active

Feedback not active

Animations on this Website Read more about this setting

Halts animations on the page

Animations active

Animations not active

phd positions in urban planning in europe

471 urban-planning-phd positions in Germany

Filtered by.

  • urban-planning-phd

Refine Your Search

  • Last-24-hours 7
  • Last-3-days 14
  • Last-7-days 21
  • Last-30-days 86
  • Scholarship 246
  • Research Job 117
  • Uni Job 109
  • Postdoctoral 90
  • Fellowship 10
  • Postgraduate 4
  • Forschungszentrum Jülich 32
  • University of Göttingen • 21
  • Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf - HZDR - Helmholtz Association 16
  • Helmholtz-Zentrum Potsdam - Deutsches GeoForschungsZentrum GFZ 14
  • University of Bremen 12
  • Helmholtz Zentrum München - Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Gesundheit und Umwelt 11
  • Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT) 10
  • Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron DESY 9
  • Helmholtz-Zentrum für Umweltforschung - UFZ 8
  • Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin 8
  • Deutsches Zentrum für Neurodegenerative Erkrankungen e. V. (DZNE) 7
  • Deutsches Zentrum für Luft - und Raumfahrt (DLR) 6
  • Helmholtz-Zentrum für Infektionsforschung 6
  • Alfred-Wegener-Institut Helmholtz-Zentrum für Polar- und Meeresforschung 5
  • Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society, Berlin 5
  • HM Hochschule München University of Applied Sciences 5
  • Hannover Medical School 5
  • Technical University of Munich 5
  • European XFEL 4
  • GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung 4
  • HBIGS Heidelberg Biosciences International Graduate School 4
  • Heidelberg University 4
  • Karlsruhe Institute of Technology 4
  • Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces 4
  • Ruhr University Bochum 4
  • Ruhr-University Bochum 4
  • University of Tübingen • 4
  • Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg • 3
  • Deutsches Krebsforschungszentrum 3
  • Helmholtz-Zentrum Hereon 3
  • Justus Liebig University 3
  • Leibniz Institute for Plasma Science and Technology 3
  • Leibniz-Institute for Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research 3
  • Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München • 3
  • Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry, Jena 3
  • NaMLab gGmbH 3
  • Ruhr-Universität Bochum • 3
  • TH Köln - University of Applied Sciences 3
  • University Hospital Tübingen 3
  • University of Bonn • 3
  • University of Potsdam, Department of Human Resources 3
  • University of Tuebingen 3
  • Universität Siegen 3
  • CONSTRUCTOR UNIVERSITY 2
  • Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz DFKI 2
  • ESO - European Southern Observatory 2
  • European Molecular Biology Laboratory 2
  • FH Münster 2
  • Freie Universität Berlin • 2
  • Friedrich Schiller University Jena 2
  • Friedrich Schiller University Jena • 2
  • GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel 2
  • Goethe University Frankfurt • 2
  • Helmholtz Munich 2
  • Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie 2
  • Helmholtz-Zentrum Potsdam Deutsches GeoForschungsZentrum 2
  • Leibniz Institute of Vegetable and Ornamental Crops 2
  • Leipzig University 2
  • Max Planck Institute for the Study of Crime, Security and Law 2
  • Max Planck Institute for the Study of Crime, Security and Law, Freiburg 2
  • Max Planck Institute of Animal Behavior 2
  • Paul-Drude-Institut für Festkörperelektronik 2
  • Saarland University 2
  • TU Braunschweig 2
  • Technische Universität Berlin • 2
  • University Clinic Bonn 2
  • University Hospital Tuebingen, Werner Siemens Imaging Center, Preclinical Imaging and Radiopharmacy 2
  • University of Bonn 2
  • University of Duisburg-Essen 2
  • University of Konstanz 2
  • University of Konstanz • 2
  • University of Oldenburg 2
  • University of Stuttgart • 2
  • Bergische Universität Wuppertal 1
  • Berliner Hochschule für Technik 1
  • Biano GMP 1
  • Biomedical Center, LMU Munich 1
  • Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg 1
  • CEN - MSCA ITN 1
  • Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg • 1
  • Chair for Dynamics, Control, Machine Learning and Numerics 1
  • Christian-Albrechts-Universitaet zu Kiel 1
  • CiM-IMPRS Graduate School, Univ. of Muenster 1
  • DSMZ - Leibniz-Institut / Deutsche Sammlung von Mikroorganismen und Zellkulturen 1
  • Data Science Center, University of Bremen 1
  • Data Science of Bioimages 1
  • Dresden University of Technology • 1
  • EMBL - European Molecular Biology Laboratory 1
  • EMBL - Personnel Section 1
  • FBN Dummerstorf 1
  • Frankfurt School of Finance & Management 1
  • Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Optics and Precision Engineering IOF 1
  • Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft 1
  • Free University Berlin 1
  • Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies (FRIAS) 1
  • Freie Universität Berlin 1
  • Friedrich Schiller Universität 1
  • Computer Science 87
  • Medical Sciences 42
  • Chemistry 33
  • Economics 23
  • Mathematics 23
  • Engineering 21
  • Environment 18
  • Materials Science 18
  • Business 14
  • Linguistics 12
  • Earth Sciences 6
  • Arts and Literature 5
  • Humanities 3
  • Social Sciences 3
  • Electrical Engineering 2
  • Philosophy 2
  • Psychology 2

PhD position (f/m/d) in the field of controlling coupled electricity-heat networks

Mar 2024 - 21:59 (UTC) Type of Contract To be defined Job Status Other Offer Starting Date 23 Feb 2024 Is the job funded through the EU Research Framework Programme ? Not funded by an EU programme Is the

PhD position (f/m/d) in the field of control of integrated energy systems

)CountryGermanyCityKarlsruheGeofield Where to apply E-mail [email protected] Website https://jobs.pse.kit.edu/en/jobs/145988/ phd -position-fmd-in-the-field-of-contro… Contact City Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen Website https

11 PhD positions (TV-L E13, 4 years) for the PhD Graduate School WERA

Programme ? European Union / Next Generation EU Is the Job related to staff position within a Research Infrastructure? No Offer Description 11 PhD positions (TV-L E13, 4 years) for the PhD Graduate School WERA

Open Position for a PhD Candidate in Macroeconomics

Programme ? Not funded by an EU programme Is the Job related to staff position within a Research Infrastructure? No Offer Description The University of Konstanz is one of eleven Universities of Excellence in

11 PhD Positions in CRC 1633 'Pushing Electrons with Protons – Unifying Multi-Electron Redox Catalysis by Proton-Coupled Electron Transfer’

Researcher (R1) Country Germany Application Deadline 15 Mar 2024 - 23:59 (Europe/Berlin) Type of Contract Temporary Job Status Part-time Is the job funded through the EU Research Framework Programme ? Not

Open Position for a PhD Candidate in Finance

Programme ? Not funded by an EU programme Is the Job related to staff position within a Research Infrastructure? No Offer Description The Chair of Finance (Professor Marcel Fischer) at the Department

Exciting PhD positions at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL)

Where to apply Website https://www.embl.org/about/info/embl-international- phd - programme /application/ Contact State/Province Other / Non-US City Heidelberg Website https://www.embl.de/index.php Street

PhD opportunities in a first class research environment

in Medicine, Veterinary Medicine or the Life Sciences. The PhD program Regenerative Sciences is also open to students from a Natural or Materials Science discipline. We are looking for enthusiastic

PhD Students and/or Postdoctoral Researchers (PostDocs)

Research Framework Programme ? Not funded by an EU programme Is the Job related to staff position within a Research Infrastructure? No Offer Description The chair of IT Security in the Faculty of Mathematics

Several PhD Positions (m/f/d) | Interfacial Ionics Group

-reactivity correlations on nanostructured materials can be established, paving the way for the rational design of novel catalytic materials. The Interfacial Ionics group (https://www.fhi.mpg.de/isc-dept

Searches related to urban planning phd

  • urban planning
  • phd in urban planning
  • phd in urban design
  • phd urban and regional planning
  • phd urban planning
  • social sciences
  • environment
  • phd urban design

Best Universities for Urban and Regional planning in Europe

Updated: July 18, 2023

  • Art & Design
  • Computer Science
  • Engineering
  • Environmental Science
  • Liberal Arts & Social Sciences
  • Mathematics

Below is a list of best universities in Europe ranked based on their research performance in Urban and Regional planning. A graph of 555M citations received by 24.7M academic papers made by 528 universities in Europe was used to calculate publications' ratings, which then were adjusted for release dates and added to final scores.

We don't distinguish between undergraduate and graduate programs nor do we adjust for current majors offered. You can find information about granted degrees on a university page but always double-check with the university website.

1. University College London

For Urban and Regional planning

University College London logo

2. University of Manchester

University of Manchester logo

3. University of Sussex

University of Sussex logo

4. London School of Economics and Political Science

London School of Economics and Political Science logo

5. University of Cambridge

University of Cambridge logo

6. Utrecht University

Utrecht University logo

7. Newcastle University

Newcastle University logo

8. University of Sheffield

University of Sheffield logo

9. Delft University of Technology

Delft University of Technology logo

10. University of Amsterdam

University of Amsterdam logo

11. University of Oxford

University of Oxford logo

12. Lund University

Lund University logo

13. Cardiff University

Cardiff University logo

14. Polytechnic University of Milan

Polytechnic University of Milan logo

15. University of Leeds

University of Leeds logo

16. University of Glasgow

University of Glasgow logo

17. University of Birmingham

University of Birmingham logo

18. National Research University Higher School of Economics

National Research University Higher School of Economics logo

19. University of Wales

University of Wales logo

20. Wageningen University

Wageningen University logo

21. University of Strathclyde

University of Strathclyde logo

22. Erasmus University Rotterdam

Erasmus University Rotterdam logo

23. Autonomous University of Barcelona

Autonomous University of Barcelona logo

24. Durham University

Durham University logo

25. University of Bristol

University of Bristol logo

26. University of Lisbon

University of Lisbon logo

27. Eindhoven University of Technology

Eindhoven University of Technology logo

28. Catholic University of Leuven

Catholic University of Leuven logo

29. Aalborg University

Aalborg University logo

30. Free University Amsterdam

Free University Amsterdam logo

31. Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration

Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration logo

32. Loughborough University

Loughborough University logo

33. University of Reading

University of Reading logo

34. University of Groningen

University of Groningen logo

35. University of Warwick

University of Warwick logo

36. King's College London

King's College London logo

37. Leiden University

Leiden University logo

38. University of Helsinki

University of Helsinki logo

39. University of Southampton

University of Southampton logo

40. Sapienza University of Rome

Sapienza University of Rome logo

41. Oxford Brookes University

Oxford Brookes University logo

42. KTH Royal Institute of Technology

KTH Royal Institute of Technology logo

43. St. Petersburg State University

St. Petersburg State University logo

44. Moscow State University

Moscow State University logo

45. University of Liverpool

University of Liverpool logo

46. Stockholm University

Stockholm University logo

47. Maastricht University

Maastricht University logo

48. Ghent University

Ghent University logo

49. University of Bologna

University of Bologna logo

50. University of Oslo

University of Oslo logo

51. University of Barcelona

University of Barcelona logo

52. Humboldt University of Berlin

Humboldt University of Berlin logo

53. University of Copenhagen

University of Copenhagen logo

54. University of Montenegro

University of Montenegro logo

55. University of Gothenburg

University of Gothenburg logo

56. Complutense University of Madrid

Complutense University of Madrid logo

57. Polytechnic University of Turin

Polytechnic University of Turin logo

58. University of Edinburgh

University of Edinburgh logo

59. University of the Basque Country

University of the Basque Country logo

60. University of Liege

University of Liege logo

61. Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Norwegian University of Science and Technology logo

62. University of Belgrade

University of Belgrade logo

63. University of Vienna

University of Vienna logo

64. Umea University

Umea University logo

65. Imperial College London

Imperial College London logo

66. University College Dublin

University College Dublin logo

67. Lancaster University

Lancaster University logo

68. Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich

Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich logo

69. Vienna University of Economics and Business

Vienna University of Economics and Business logo

70. Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki logo

71. University of Leicester

University of Leicester logo

72. University of East Anglia

University of East Anglia logo

73. University of Aberdeen

University of Aberdeen logo

74. Technical University of Berlin

Technical University of Berlin logo

75. University of Twente

University of Twente logo

76. University of Nottingham

University of Nottingham logo

77. University of Oulu

University of Oulu logo

78. University of Valencia

University of Valencia logo

79. Bocconi University

Bocconi University logo

80. University of Warsaw

University of Warsaw logo

81. University of Kent

University of Kent logo

82. University of Exeter

University of Exeter logo

83. University of Salford

University of Salford logo

84. Polytechnic University of Valencia

Polytechnic University of Valencia logo

85. University of the West of England

University of the West of England logo

86. University of Granada

University of Granada logo

87. Technical University of Madrid

Technical University of Madrid logo

88. University of Surrey

University of Surrey logo

89. Autonomous University of Madrid

Autonomous University of Madrid logo

90. University of Porto

University of Porto logo

91. Free University of Brussels - VUB

Free University of Brussels - VUB logo

92. Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne

Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne logo

93. University of Cagliari

University of Cagliari logo

94. Federico II University of Naples

Federico II University of Naples logo

95. University of York

University of York logo

96. University of Florence

University of Florence logo

97. Queen's University Belfast

Queen's University Belfast logo

98. Peter the Great St.Petersburg Polytechnic University

Peter the Great St.Petersburg Polytechnic University logo

99. Chalmers University of Technology

Chalmers University of Technology logo

100. Finance Academy under the Government of the Russian Federation

Finance Academy under the Government of the Russian Federation logo

Environmental Science subfields in Europe

Skip to job results

Skip to refine results

  • Skip to main menu
  • Skip to user menu

Jobs in Europe

  • Refine results

Broaden your search

Refine your search.

  • Applied Science   25
  • Biomedicine   102
  • Chemistry   49
  • Computing   50
  • Earth Science   28
  • Engineering   40
  • Environmental Science   24
  • Health Science   93
  • Life Science   175
  • Physics   195
  • More…
  • Engineer   19
  • Faculty Member   28
  • Manager   23
  • PhD Position   26
  • Postdoctoral   224
  • Principal Investigator   17
  • Professor   51
  • Project Manager   14
  • Research Assistant   24
  • Researcher   90
  • Germany   232
  • Denmark   73
  • United Kingdom   65
  • France   28
  • Sweden   25
  • Switzerland   17
  • Italy   12
  • Luxembourg   12
  • Austria   7
  • Czech Republic   7
  • Up to $20,000   4
  • $20,000 - $29,999   1
  • $30,000 - $39,999   8
  • $40,000 - $49,999   15
  • $50,000 - $59,999   17
  • $60,000 - $69,999   6
  • $70,000 - $99,999   36
  • $100,000 - $149,999   7
  • $150,000 or more   1
  • Full time   501
  • Part time   21
  • Permanent   212
  • Fixed term   310
  • PhD Remove selection
  • Recruitment Consultant   22
  • Direct Employer   430
  • Academia   462
  • Industry   16
  • Government   9
  • Hospital   9
  • Charity/NGO   26

Found 522 PhD jobs

Scientific officer.

HUMAN FRONTIER SCIENCE PROGRAM ORGANIZATION logo

  • Strasbourg-Ville, Bas-Rhin (FR)
  • Competitive salary in reference to the OECD international remuneration scale.
  • HUMAN FRONTIER SCIENCE PROGRAM ORGANIZATION

ABOUT US The Human Frontier Science Program Organization (HFSPO) is a unique organization, supporting international collaboration to undertake inno...

View details Scientific Officer

  • Save Scientific Officer You need to sign in or create an account to save

Tenure Track Assistant Professor towards Associate Professor in the field of biomedical sciences

University of Lausanne (UNIL) logo

  • Lausanne, Canton of Vaud (CH)
  • University of Lausanne (UNIL)

UNIL is a leading international teaching and research institution, with over 5,000 employees and 17,000 students split between its Dorigny campus, ...

View details Tenure Track Assistant Professor towards Associate Professor in the field of biomedical sciences

  • Save Tenure Track Assistant Professor towards Associate Professor in the field of biomedical sciences You need to sign in or create an account to save

1 Postdoctoral Position in Chemical Biology for Metabolomics and Microbiome Investigation (2 years)

Daniel Globisch, Department of Chemistry - BMC, Uppsala University logo

  • Uppsala (Sweden)
  • Postdoc-level salary
  • Daniel Globisch, Department of Chemistry - BMC, Uppsala University

One postdoctoral position in Chemical Biology is available in Globisch laboratory at the Department of Chemistry - BMC at Uppsala University, Sweden.

View details 1 Postdoctoral Position in Chemical Biology for Metabolomics and Microbiome Investigation (2 years)

  • Save 1 Postdoctoral Position in Chemical Biology for Metabolomics and Microbiome Investigation (2 years) You need to sign in or create an account to save

Postdoc in Yeast Molecular Biology - Nuclear Envelope Lipid Metabolism and Gene Regulation

Max Perutz Labs - Medizinische Universität Wien logo

  • Vienna (Austria)
  • Based on experience
  • Max Perutz Labs - Medizinische Universität Wien

We're looking for an ambitious yeast molecular biologist to join our team as a postdoctoral fellow.

View details Postdoc in Yeast Molecular Biology - Nuclear Envelope Lipid Metabolism and Gene Regulation

  • Save Postdoc in Yeast Molecular Biology - Nuclear Envelope Lipid Metabolism and Gene Regulation You need to sign in or create an account to save

University Professor (m/f/d) of Medical Biostatistics

University of Mainz logo

  • Mainz, Rheinland-Pfalz (DE)
  • Competitive
  • University of Mainz

Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (Germany) is one of the largest employers in the State of Rhineland-Palatinate

View details University Professor (m/f/d) of Medical Biostatistics

  • Save University Professor (m/f/d) of Medical Biostatistics You need to sign in or create an account to save

W1-Junior-Professur Katalyse in dirigierenden Geometrien

Universität Stuttgart logo

  • Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg (DE)
  • "-"
  • Universität Stuttgart

Junior Professorship (W1) „Catalysis in Confined Geometries“ As part of the CRC 1333 // AT THE EARLIEST CONVENIENCE The University of Stuttgart is ...

View details W1-Junior-Professur Katalyse in dirigierenden Geometrien

  • Save W1-Junior-Professur Katalyse in dirigierenden Geometrien You need to sign in or create an account to save

3-year Postdoctoral fellowship in Urban building energy modelling (UBEM)

Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) logo

  • Trondheim (By), Trøndelag (NO)
  • NOK 594 500 per annum before tax
  • Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)

The Department of Architecture and Technology has a vacancy for a 3-year Postdoctoral fellowship.

View details 3-year Postdoctoral fellowship in Urban building energy modelling (UBEM)

  • Save 3-year Postdoctoral fellowship in Urban building energy modelling (UBEM) You need to sign in or create an account to save

R&D Principal/Project Engineer

Siri Romsbotn logo

  • Porsgrunn, Norway
  • If you have any questions about salary, please contact: Espen Wefring, Phone: +47 48155121
  • Siri Romsbotn

We are looking for a skilled R&D Principal/Project Engineer. This position will actively contribute to Hydro’s sustainability agenda.

View details R&D Principal/Project Engineer

  • 7 days left
  • Save R&D Principal/Project Engineer You need to sign in or create an account to save

Professor Helminthology

Institute of Tropical Medicine logo

  • Antwerp (BE)
  • A salary package depending on your profile and professional experience, and supplementary benefits
  • Institute of Tropical Medicine

The Department of Biomedical Sciences is opening a new research unit in the field of pathogen-host-vector interactions. We are looking for a Professor

View details Professor Helminthology

  • 5 days left
  • Save Professor Helminthology You need to sign in or create an account to save

Postdoctoral Research Associate at the RTG Chemical Biology of Ion Channels (Chembion)

University of Münster logo

  • Münster, Nordrhein-Westfalen (DE)
  • TV-L E 13 100%
  • University of Münster

An ambitious postdoctoral research associate with a fitting research idea to be included in our multidisciplinary team.

View details Postdoctoral Research Associate at the RTG Chemical Biology of Ion Channels (Chembion)

  • Save Postdoctoral Research Associate at the RTG Chemical Biology of Ion Channels (Chembion) You need to sign in or create an account to save

Attending Physician (m/f/d)

University of Mainz logo

The Institute of Transfusion Medicine – Transfusion Centre headed by Univ.-Prof. Dr. med. Daniela S. Krause is hiring:

View details Attending Physician (m/f/d)

  • 10 days ago
  • Save Attending Physician (m/f/d) You need to sign in or create an account to save

RESEARCH GROUP LEADER IN LIFE SCIENCES

Central European Institute of Technology (CEITEC) logo

  • Czech Republic (CZ)
  • Central European Institute of Technology (CEITEC)

View details RESEARCH GROUP LEADER IN LIFE SCIENCES

  • 11 days ago
  • Save RESEARCH GROUP LEADER IN LIFE SCIENCES You need to sign in or create an account to save

Editorial Team Manager

Springer Nature Ltd logo

  • London or New York – Hybrid Working Model
  • Competitive salary + excellent benefits package
  • Springer Nature Ltd

This role manages a team of Editors, providing strategic leadership to grow a portfolio of health sciences journals.

View details Editorial Team Manager

  • Expiring today
  • Save Editorial Team Manager You need to sign in or create an account to save

Call for the recruitment of excellent researchers 2024

Institut de Recerca Biomèdica de Lleida, Fundació Dr. Pifarré logo

  • Lleida (Provincia), Cataluña (ES)
  • See job description
  • Institut de Recerca Biomèdica de Lleida, Fundació Dr. Pifarré

Call aimed at attracting researchers in the field of biomedical sciences with an outstanding scientific record and leadership.

View details Call for the recruitment of excellent researchers 2024

  • Save Call for the recruitment of excellent researchers 2024 You need to sign in or create an account to save

Research assistant (Postdoc) (m/f/d)

Freie Universität Berlin logo

  • Berlin (DE)
  • Freie Universität Berlin

Fachbereich Biologie, Chemie, Pharmazie - Institut für Chemie und Biochemie Postdoc Omics Studien Research assistant (Postdoc) (m/f/d) full-time jo...

View details Research assistant (Postdoc) (m/f/d)

  • 2 days left
  • Save Research assistant (Postdoc) (m/f/d) You need to sign in or create an account to save

Professor of Integrated Immunology

ETH Zurich logo

  • Zurich, Switzerland

The Department of Biology (www.biol.ethz.ch) at ETH Zurich invites applications for the above-mentioned position.

View details Professor of Integrated Immunology

  • 20 days ago
  • Save Professor of Integrated Immunology You need to sign in or create an account to save

Associate or Senior Editor, Scientific Reports (Biomedical or Clinical Sciences)

Springer Nature Ltd logo

  • London, Beijing or Shanghai – Hybrid Working Model

As an Associate/Senior Editor, you will manage the Editorial Board and make editorial decisions across the journal.

View details Associate or Senior Editor, Scientific Reports (Biomedical or Clinical Sciences)

  • Save Associate or Senior Editor, Scientific Reports (Biomedical or Clinical Sciences) You need to sign in or create an account to save

DSTrain – MSCA Postdoctoral Fellowships in Computational and Natural Sciences – 18 positions

University of Oslo logo

  • Oslo, Østlandet (NO)
  • NOK 575 400 – 657 300 per annum
  • University of Oslo

DSTrain is a 5-year postdoctoral programme launched and managed by the “dScience – Centre for Computational and Data Sciences” at the Faculty of Ma...

View details DSTrain – MSCA Postdoctoral Fellowships in Computational and Natural Sciences – 18 positions

  • Save DSTrain – MSCA Postdoctoral Fellowships in Computational and Natural Sciences – 18 positions You need to sign in or create an account to save

Postdoc Positions at the Health + Life Science Alliance Heidelberg Mannheim

Health + Life Science Alliance logo

  • Heidelberg, Baden-Württemberg (DE)
  • Postdoctoral salary
  • Health + Life Science Alliance

The Health + Life Science Alliance is looking for outstanding junior scientists for bridging projects between Alliance institutions. Apply by April 5.

View details Postdoc Positions at the Health + Life Science Alliance Heidelberg Mannheim

  • 23 days ago
  • Save Postdoc Positions at the Health + Life Science Alliance Heidelberg Mannheim You need to sign in or create an account to save

Full Professorship Position in Biochemistry

  • Austria (AT)
  • According to collective bargaining agreement

We invite applications for a Professorship in Biochemistry at the Max Perutz Labs, situated in Vienna, Austria. The Perutz is a world-leading basic...

View details Full Professorship Position in Biochemistry

  • 26 days ago
  • Save Full Professorship Position in Biochemistry You need to sign in or create an account to save

Page 1 of 9

Postdoctoral Researcher with a PhD in Geography, Urban Studies and Planning, or related field with expertise on urban inequalities (2023DILIFRUA155)

Job information, offer description.

Job position

PhD in Geography, Urban Studies and Planning, or related field with expertise on urban inequalities

Qualitative data analysis through specific software (Nvivo, Atlas TI, others)

English (C1), Spanish, Catalan

3-y Experience in leading research internationally on urban inequalities, with a focus on housing

Experience in researching urban greening initiatives

Experience in project management

33.500 € (Gross annual)

Health Insurance and vacation time according to Spanish law

Eligibility criteria

Holding a doctorate

Academic record 35

Languages 25

Computing 10

Experience 30

Selection process

A first phase of curricular evaluation and if necessary a second phase of interview

Requirements

Additional information.

Reference Offer: 2023DILIFRUA155

Submit your application at: https://seleccio.uab.cat

You will find the bases of the call in the following link:  https://tauler.seu.cat/pagDetall.do?idEdicte=466515&idens=11

Specify the programme:   HORIZON Europe

Reference Number: 101132540

Work Location(s)

Where to apply.

IMAGES

  1. How to find PHD positions in EUROPE| Websites

    phd positions in urban planning in europe

  2. PhD Positions In Europe

    phd positions in urban planning in europe

  3. Portugal: PhD Research Fellowship Positions for the Doctoral Programme

    phd positions in urban planning in europe

  4. All Things Urban

    phd positions in urban planning in europe

  5. Postdoc and PhD in Urban Planning

    phd positions in urban planning in europe

  6. 15 PhD positions in the EU Horizon 2020

    phd positions in urban planning in europe

COMMENTS

  1. List of PHD Programs in Urban Planning in Europe

    Find the list of all PHD Programs in Urban Planning in Europe with our interactive Program search tool. Use the filters to list programs by subject, location, program type or study level.

  2. PhD Research

    PhD work forms a major part of Urbanism research. The research programme is organised in research themes, and all proposals must demonstrate how they will contribute to the themes. The overall Urbanism Research Programme can be viewed here. PhD candidates participate in a four-year programme.

  3. Doctoral Programme in Landscape and Urban Studies

    The doctoral programme at the Institute of Landscape and Urban Studies (LUS), ETH Zurich D-ARCH, is dedicated to exploring contemporary challenges in urban and environmental transformation within broader socio-cultural, political-economic, and theoretical frameworks.

  4. 30 PhD programmes in Urban Planning in Europe

    PhD programmes in Urban Planning in Europe Programmes Scholarships 30 PhDs Sort Resource Efficient Future Cities 25,141 EUR / year 3 years

  5. 84 PhD programmes in Urban Planning

    3 years This PhD programme in Urban Planning is a research degree offered by the School of Social Sciences at the University of Dundee. Ph.D. / Full-time, Part-time / On Campus University of Dundee Dundee, Scotland, United Kingdom Ranked top 2% Add to compare Featured Architecture and Urban Environment 22,982 EUR / year

  6. AESOP

    A call is now open for applications for four open subject positions (of which three fully funded with scholarships) in the PhD programme of Urban Planning, Design and Policy (39th PhD cycle) at Politecnico di Milano. All scholarships cover three years of study and research starting from September 2023.

  7. MPhil/PhD Regional and Urban Planning Studies

    The MPhil/ PhD in Regional and Urban Planning Studies is part of a vibrant, innovative and interdisciplinary graduate training programme that addresses the opportunities, problems, politics and economics of urban and regional planning in cities around the world. Our emphasis is on "understanding the causes of things", to quote the School's motto.

  8. DAStU, Polimi PhD programme

    PhD programme in Urban Planning, Design and Policy Call for applications 2021 now open! The PhD programme in Urban Planning, Design and Policy grants five PhD positions (four fully paid) to start in November 2021. The four scholarships are organised as follows: Three positions allow candidates to freely choose their own research topic.

  9. PhD position in sustainable urban planning at Reims University

    • 3-year financed position on sustainable urban planning & planning. • The research is part of a PhD program • The research is supervized at University of Reims by François Mancebo The applicant •Has at least a master degree in relation with planning, urban planning, urban governance, regional planning, sustainability science or studies.

  10. PhD positions in Urban Planning, Design and Policy (UPDP) @DAStU

    DEADLINE: 20th of May 2022 (2 pm CEST) The UPDP PhD programme grants three fully paid PhD positions to start in November 2022. The three positions allow candidates to freely choose their own research topic. PhD scholarships include a full tuition and fees waiver. Information on the application procedure is available at: LINK

  11. International Doctorate Programme European Urban Studies (IPP-EU)

    The International Doctorate Programme "European Urban Studies" is therefore focusing research on the transformation of European cities with a focus on (multidimensional) housing policy, in the context of current societal challenges - such as climate change, social fragmentation, spatial disparity, cultural differentiation, immigration and the tr...

  12. Urban Planning PhD Projects

    We have 42 Urban Planning PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships. The study of Urban Planning encompasses the process of designing and shaping cities and towns. It covers everything from the layout of streets and public spaces, to the regulation of land use and the preservation of heritage sites. More Details.

  13. 459 urban-planning-phd positions in Germany

    Programme ? European Union / Next Generation EU Is the Job related to staff position within a Research Infrastructure? No Offer Description 11 PhD positions (TV-L E13, 4 years) for the PhD Graduate School WERA PhD opportunities in a first class research environment Hannover Medical School | Hannover, Niedersachsen | Germany | about 2 hours ago

  14. PhD position in the Geographies of Inclusive Cities (1.0 FTE)

    The Department of Human Geography and Spatial Planning is offering a fully funded 4-year PhD position in the Geographies of Inclusive Cities. Despite decades of queer geographical scholarship that questions the hetero-cis-normative assumptions embedded in the design and management of cities, LGBTQ+-supportive social inclusion has yet to be 'mainstreamed' and evenly integrated through plans ...

  15. Portugal: PhD Research Fellowship Positions for the ...

    The Centre for Innovation in Territory, Urbanism and Architecture (CiTUA), is pleased to announce the opening of a call for 2 (two) PhD Grant position at the research area of Territory, Urban Planning and Architecture, under the FCT Regulations for Research Fellowships (RBI) and the Regulations on Research Scholarships (EBI).

  16. urban planning PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

    This PhD examines the application of generative AI within urban planning, with the aim of exploring the potential for protocols, methods and processes necessary in what is a rapidly evolving digital context for urban planning professionals, stakeholders impacted by planning decision-making, and planning educators. Read more

  17. Best Universities for Urban and Regional planning in Europe

    Best Universities for Urban and Regional planning in Europe Updated: July 18, 2023 EduRank Ranking by academic field Below is a list of best universities in Europe ranked based on their research performance in Urban and Regional planning.

  18. Jobs in Europe

    3-year Postdoctoral fellowship in Urban building energy modelling (UBEM) Trondheim (By), Trøndelag (NO) NOK 594 500 per annum before tax. Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) The ...

  19. Assistant Professor in Urban Planning

    12 Apr 2023 - 00:00 (UTC) Is the job funded through the EU Research Framework Programme? Not funded by an EU programme Is the Job related to staff position within a Research Infrastructure? The Geography and Urban Sustainability Department at United Arab Emirates University (UAEU) invites applications for a full-time appointment in Urban Planning.

  20. 0 PhD programmes from all around the world

    PhD programmes from all around the world Programmes Scholarships 0 PhDs Sort Loading... Check recommended programmes Go to your profile page to get personalised recommendations! Find the best PhD programmes from top universities. Search all PhD and postgraduate doctorate programmes abroad or online

  21. Aesop

    PhD Position Professorship of Urban Design, TUM. 07-10-23. Lecturer in Planning; School of the Natural & Built Environment, Queen's University, Belfast. 06-10-23. PhD Student Positions - Stockholm University. 03-10-23. Associate Professor/ Professor - Planning - Department of Geography & Planning at the University of Toronto.

  22. Postdoctoral Researcher with a PhD in Geography, Urban Studies and

    Job position. PhD in Geography, Urban Studies and Planning, or related field with expertise on urban inequalities. Qualitative data analysis through specific software (Nvivo, Atlas TI, others) English (C1), Spanish, Catalan. 3-y Experience in leading research internationally on urban inequalities, with a focus on housing

  23. Urban Planner Jobs in Europe

    Town Planner. KAP Recruitment Ltd. B1, Birmingham. £32k - 36k per year. If you are a dedicated and enthusiastic Town Planner or an existing graduate planner looking to step up and are interested in making a positive impact on the built environment, we invite you to apply by sending your CV.