Jobs Related To Your Degree Include:
Jobs where your degree will be useful include:
Skills For Your CV
Studying urban planning allows you to develop specialist knowledge in town and regional planning, providing you with a range of professional skills such as:
You also develop skills that are useful in many different career areas. These include:
Urban planning can be studied at postgraduate level, following the completion of a cognate degree. Some urban planning graduates go on to postgraduate study to further their planning knowledge or to specialise in a particular area. Postgraduate study, along with practical experience, is important if you want to secure chartered membership from NITP.
Specialist courses for urban planning graduates can allow you to focus on topics including transport, urban design, urban regeneration, environmental planning or infrastructure.
Other areas of further study, which can lead to related careers, include: