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Why study spatial planning? | videos of the research units

What are the reasons for studying spatial planning at TU Wien? Why is the degree programme so future-oriented and the right choice for you?

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Why study spatial planning? | Prof. Dragana Damjanovic

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Why study spatial planning? | Hans Kramar

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Why study spatial planning? | Prof. Michael Getzner

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Why study spatial planning? | Emanuela Semlitsch

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Why study spatial planning? | Jonathan Fetka

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Why study spatial planning? | Prof. Simon Güntner

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Why study spatial planning? | Theresa and Martin

Theresa Janesch und Martin Aufhauser vom Forschungsbereich Regionalplanung und Regionalentwicklung, erzählen, warum es sich lohnt an der TU Wien Raumplanung und Raumordnung zu studieren.

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Why study spatial planning? | Barbara Steinbrunner

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Why study spatial planning? | Bianca Pfanner

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What is spatial planning?

The study of spatial planning is characterised by the broad spectrum of matters addressed. Thus, spatial planners deal with the different demands of the economy and society on human settlement areas and natural spaces and the resulting opportunities and conflicts. Consequently, graduates can also work in a variety of fields of activity at different levels (from the neighbourhood level to the international level).

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