Focus on design
You will focus intensively on the practice of design itself, developing advanced, specialised techniques for creative and collaborative work. Projects are curated around key sites of urban change locally and globally and engage with the professional and community networks invested in their future.
You will learn to creatively integrate expertise from related urban disciplines into design proposals, promoting alternative models for future city-building. This program is designed to nurture designers who would like to advance their career and develop innovative approaches to their practice.
What will future cities look like?
Urban Design is one of the key practices confronting critical issues affecting cities, such as the impacts of climate change, population growth, shifting workplaces, and transformations in industry, technology and infrastructure.
This masters degree at RMIT provides you with a studio-based, multidisciplinary environment to engage these issues through project-based study.
You will learn to creatively integrate expertise from related urban disciplines into design proposals, promoting alternative modesl for future city-building. This degree is designed to nurture designers who would like to advance their career and develop innovative approaches to their practice.
IELTS: 6.5 TOEFL: 79
Year One of Program
Complete the following Four (4) Courses:
Year Two of Program
Complete the following Six (6) Courses:
You must have successfully completed an Australian bachelor degree (or equivalent overseas qualification) in architectural design, landscape architecture or an equivalent design related discipline.
There are no prerequisite subjects required for entry into this qualification.
You must include with your application:
Short-listed applicants may be required to attend an interview.
Your folio should include a package of images, drawings, sketches, paintings, models, photographs, computer work, etc. of personal creative or design projects as well as concepts or ideas that lead to the final design piece. Digital folios must be formatted as an A3 or A4 size PDF document.
The digital folio should be a maximum of 30 pages submitted as a single PDF and should not exceed 10MB. If your folio is hosted online, please supply a URL (provide the username and password if applicable).
The annual tuition fee is AU$46,920.
Urban designers work on large-scale urban projects in collaboration with other professionals (architects, landscape architects, urban planners, developers) and government.