University of Glasgow

Urban Transport [MSc]

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University of Glasgow
In Glasgow

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Typology Postgraduate
Location Glasgow (Scotland)
Start Different dates available
  • Postgraduate
  • Glasgow (Scotland)
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    Different dates available
Description

The programme will help you understand stakeholders and connections with energy, environment, housing, land-use, economic development, labour markets and related sectors as well as the technical planning process. The focus will be on multiple modes of urban transport – roads, public transport, active transport and emerging shared and intermodal transport: enabling students to design highly innovative urban transport solutions. There will be heavy emphasis on the use of specialized software to develop transport plans, operational policies, geographical analysis, visualisation, statistical analysis and to conduct transportation impact evaluation providing students with an unprecedented advantage in the job market.  

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Glasgow
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University Avenue, G12 8QQ

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Opinions

4.3
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Atheer
4.5 26/05/2019
About the course: I have done my masters and came back to pursue higher education. My experience was great and the student atmosphere was brilliant. Everyone get involved with each other so well.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
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P S
4.5 23/05/2019
About the course: I am enjoying my university experience so much. There are so many things to do and to get involved in. The teaching great and lectures are amazing
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
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Grant
4.0 22/05/2019
About the course: Lectures were amazing, there are some of the classes which were not organised at all. Thanks!
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
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What you'll learn on the course

IT
Planning
Transport Planning

Course programme

A cross-disciplinary course approach will ensure you learn industry-specific skills in both transport planning and engineering and allows you to focus more heavily on either of the two strands of the programme.

You will take seven core and one optional course. Key courses on transport will be followed by lab sessions where practical lessons on the use of highly specialised software will be given in the form of either independent or group projects. This approach will help students to not only acquire theoretical knowledge but also to apply their knowledge to real world problems with actual data.

You will be expected submit essays and lab reports as part of the their course assessment and a dissertation at the end of the programme.

Core courses
  • Principles of GIS (Geographical Information System)
  • Project management
  • Social science statistics 1
  • Theory and principles of sustainability
  • Transport planning lab
  • Transport planning methods
  • Transport studies.
Optional courses
  • International urban challenges
  • Spatial planning strategies.

Additional information

Adam Potthoff, USA (2015-16)

'The multidisciplinary aspects of the programme make me a much more viable candidate for employment. It incorporates multiple software programmes that have improved my chances of landing a job in the transport field and has professors that have exceeded my expectations with their endless enthusiasm towards learning. I have been most impressed with how I have had the chance to inflect my own personality into the structure of the programme with the constant encouragement of staff'

Arthur Algieri, France (2015-16)

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