The programme, which is accredited by the Royal Town Planning Institute and the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, is designed to take graduates from a broad range of disciplines and through an intensive programme of project work, lectures, seminars, study visits and supervised research, preparing them for a career in environmental planning.
The programme is overseen by professional Partnership Boards of practitioners, academics and members of the Institutes, which ensures that the knowledge, skills and value awareness imparted during education and training are up to date and cutting edge.
We will award £2,000 to those who achieve a 1st class honours degree and £1,000 to those with a 2(i) honours degree. If you are successful in achieving either of these and decide to study with us, you will receive the scholarship. There is no application process for these scholarships - students who meet the criteria will be identified automatically.
Value of Scholarship(s)
£2,000 or £1,000
This scholarship is available to anyone living outside the EU, who achieves either a first class honours, or upper, second class honours degree in the relevant subject.
There is no application procedure - you will be automatically selected once we receive information on your qualifications.
Entry normally requires an undergraduate degree from an approved institution at a grade of 2.2 or above. Typically, entrants to the programme come from backgrounds in geography, sociology, estate management, environmental science, architecture and economics, although recent entrants have included those with backgrounds in arts and humanities.Additional Information for International StudentsApplicants for whom English is not their first language would normally require either: an IELTS score of 6.5 (5.5 in each of the four elements) or a TOEFL score of 575 (paper-based), or 90 (internet-based), or 65% in the INTO English Language Exit Test or an equivalent qualification.
Recipient: Queen’s University Belfast
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