Inhalt des Dokuments
The Master of Environmental Planning program aims to prepare students for current and future challenges the environment is facing in this time of rapid development.
Through an interdisciplinary program of teaching and research, as well as varied cooperation with public and private actors, we impart the means and knowledge which qualify excellent environmental planners.
The outstanding expertise of our faculty with differing foci on environmental planning - landscape planning, environmental assessment and policy, geoinformation processing, and the economics of environmental protection – allow students and faculty to engage in the intellectual, policy, and practice aspects of environmental planning.
We are able to provide a unique study environment which benefits from the exceptional choice of higher education institutions, the multitude of research and development facilities in the region, and the fact that the city of Berlin is the political, cultural, and academic hub of Germany.
The master program addresses students who have gained sufficient knowledge in at least three of the following fields during their bachelor's program:
- Environmental/ Landscape Planning
- Environmental Assessment (e.g. SEA, EIA, impact mitigation, and Habitats Regulation Assessment)
- Other Spatial Planning, such as Spatial, Urban and Regional Planning, Transport Planning, and Landscape Architecture
- Nature Conservation
- GIS and Remote Sensing
- Environmental Economics
- Environmental and Nature Protection Policy
For any news concerning the Masters program, especially introduction events, please visit the News site.
Application Period 2016
The application period for the next winter term opens February 1st. We invite all prospective students to apply until May 15th.
Flyer for download
- Flyer MEP PDF, 71 KB
Zusatzinformationen / Extras
AddressMaster Environmental Planning
Fakultät VI - Planning Building Environment
Straße des 17. Juni 145
10623 Berlin, Germany
Student Advisors MEP ProgramInformation on program, requirements, procedures etc.
+49 (0)30 314-28 173
Raum EB 304