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Welcome to the Homepage of the International Double Degree Master Programme `Transformation of urban Landscapes (TuL)´

The Double Degree Master Programme `Transformation of urban Landscapes (TuL)´ focuses on the present and future challenges in developing sustainable
metropolitan regions and facilitates the necessary professional competence to cope with those challenges in both growing and shrinking regions.

The Master Programme `Transformation of urban Landscapes (TuL)´ consists of four semesters and will partly be taught in Shanghai at the Tongji University,
College of Architecture and Urban Planning (CAUP) (semesters three and four). The course language is English.

TuL-Students at the Zollverein UNESCO World Heritage Site

 

Who can apply?
Students are invited to apply for the study programme if they fulfill the following formal prerequisites:

  • Bachelor of Science/Arts degree in Geography
  • or Spatial Planning (‘Raumplanung’)
  • or similar equivalent study programmes from Germany or other countries
  • and thorough knowledge of English.

The study group (cohort of 2018/19) in front of the former administration building of the harbor in Dortmund.

Before the start of the weekly semester courses, international and domestic students explore the Ruhr region and visit places. Here, we demonstrate outstanding examples of the transformation of the urban landscape. During that pre-semester week, we take the time for in-depth discussions and lay the ground for common understanding of key concepts of the study program.

ContaCt

Dr. Dennis Edler

Tel.: +49 234 32-23362

dennis.edler(at)rub(dot)de

Office Hour: Wed, 3-5 p.m. (Room: IA 6/75)

 

Prof. Dr. Harald Zepp
Tel.: +49 234 32-23313
harald.zepp(at)rub(dot)de

 

NEWS

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Guest Lectures & Field Trip, 13/14 June 2019[more]

28.05.2019

Renewed:

DAAD Scholarships for the Double-Degree-Master Program "Transformation of Urban Landscapes"[more]

06.05.2019

Neues BMBF-Projekt:

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Klimnet

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22.03.2019

Another Tale of Two Cities

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15.03.2019

Doppelabschluss Master Programm

‘Transformation of urban Landscapes (TuL)´[more]

20.09.2016

TuL-Studierende aus Shanghai angereist

Das Geographische Institut heißt die neun TuL-Studierenden vom College of Architecture and Urban Planning der Tongji University in Shanghai herzlich willkommen.[more]

18.09.2015

TuL-Master:

vereinfachte Bewerbung noch möglich[more]

18.09.2015