At The Bartlett School of Planning our research informs our teaching.
We offer students a unique hands-on learning environment with leading urban planning academics and practitioners.
Through our undergraduate, taught masters and doctoral programmes, students learn about the form, planning, design and management of cities, and how to shape their future.
The majority of our programmes are accredited by either the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) or the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), or both.
Our three internationally renowned undergraduate programmes reflect the challenges facing urban professionals in the 21st century and the complexities of contemporary urbanism.
The Bartlett School of Planning offers a range of internationally renowned Masters programmes on planning and related disciplines.
A research degree provides an excellent foundation for a career in academia or in other careers which value the skills of research and research communication.
We offer a blended professional development course to train planners and urban designers to better enable civic engagement and involve communities in decision-making.
This 15-week course for planners, architects and urban designers will help you critically understand the relationship between culture and the built environment.
Why not travel the world of sustainable mobility from home? Join the next runs of our free MOOC on Transforming Urban Mobility, developed by the Bartlett School of Planning and GIZ/TUMI.
Interested in applying for one of our programmes? Find the information you need at each step of the process here.