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PLANNING IN THE INTERNATIONAL CONTEXT

The purpose of this International Urban Planning Studio is to help students get familiar with different planning systems and the implementation tools and practices. Each year the studio site will be based on the particular studio theme and chosen by the instructor and host institution. In the past we had studios on: Redeveloping the historical core of Korat, Thailand; developing an Agriculture-oriented enterprise zone in Seattle, USA; Working on the post-disaster reconstruction in Sichuan, China. The scale of the studio project might be varied from year to year, but in general it would be of interest to students with a prospective or current specialization in international planning, urban redevelopment, urban design and/or real estate development. Through a series of pre-assigned readings, seminars, field visits, meetings, Charrette and group works, the studio aims to assist students to gain prerequisite knowledge and get familiar with the procedures for operating international planning. Students will review existing master plans and initiatives, and ultimately develop several alternative scenarios for the comprehensive, integrated urban development of the entire project site. The studio participants would also be asked to develop comparative insights and lessons relating to current debates over the particular type of development in Taiwan. Partnering up and collaborating with the host institution students will be expected to challenge students to express their professional knowledge and skills in a non-native language. Through this studio, we expect student would see the world through a professional lens of urban planning and be sensitive to the context and the particular dynamic in urban development in different social, cultural, economic and political system.

Course Goal
A. Cultivating advanced spatial planning and design professionals with globe vision, execution ability and leadership.
C. Cultivating high-level spatial planning and design teaching faculty with inter-disciplinary, forward-looking and globe visions.
Course Principle Literacy and Competence
[Principle Literacy]
  • With global vision and foreign language proficiency. PhD graduates are able to publish academic paper internationally.
  • With professional ethics and social responsibilities.
  • As citizen of the earth, respect multi-culture and enhance environment sustainability and generation justice.
  • With spirit of humanism and environmental aesthetics self-discipline.
  • [Competence]
  • Ability to grasp the content of spatial planning and design theories and development issues.
  • Ability to grasp and flexibly implement the methodologies of spatial planning and design in research and development.
  • Ability to innovatively integrate theories and practical skills to achieve the best spatial planning and design practices.
  • Ability of accurate analysis and expound and effective communication.
  • Ability of teamwork and leadership.
  • Ability of integrating, implement, and developing inter-disciplinary knowledge from professional aspect.
  • Courses of Recent Years
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    0104/1 P280900 [UP6173]PLANNING IN THE INTERNATIONAL CONTEXT 3.0 N Chang, Hsiu-Tzu
    0103/1 P280900 [UP6173]PLANNING IN THE INTERNATIONAL CONTEXT 3.0 N Chang, Hsiu-Tzu