As part of the International Undergraduate Program of Urban and Regional Planning at UGM, students will participate in the International Exposure program. This program can be taken during either Semester 6 (Scheme 1) or Semesters 6 and 7 (Scheme 2). Rest assured, UGM is dedicated to equipping students with the necessary knowledge and studio experience throughout the first three years of their studies, ensuring they are prepared to thrive and succeed in an international setting.
Students engage in a series of studio courses that progressively cover different planning scales to build a strong foundation required for an urban and regional planner. In Semester 1, students begin with the introductory spatial studio course, followed by the data analysis studio course in Semester 2. Semester 3 focuses on the neighborhood scale, Semester 4 explores the urban scale, and Semester 5 delves into the regional scale. Successful completion of these prerequisite studio courses prepares students for further studies and exploration in the field.
When students reach Semester 6 and Semester 7, they can take a studio and classes that suit their interests, and internship. This arrangement allows students to study abroad while gaining practical experience in a professional environment. Please visit The Queensland University of Technology official website here to learn more about the Bachelor of Urban Development (Honours) – Urban and Regional Planning program offered as part of our International Undergraduate Program.