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Rédigé le01 avril 2019 -Actualisé le02 avril 2019

The Graduate programme “ Urban Planning & City Branding” at EIVP, Paris School of Urban Engineering provides a multidisciplinary perspective on complex, on-the-ground urban issues, including sustainable planning, mobility and urban governance.
The core of the programme is based on an Urban Planning Project, complemented by a series of seminars focusing on planning and transport issues, and a territorial marketing module. The courses, taught entirely in English, will give a significant place to case studies from international urban contexts. The program is completed by an immersion into France leading research Institution in Transport Planning and networks, IFSTTAR.

“Urban Planning and City Branding” is EIVP first ever 100% English-taught program and addresses both international students willing to expand their knowledge in urban engineering in the French environment and 3rd year EIVP students who seek to advance an international career.


Programme structure
Required Courses Teaching methods Credits
Urban Design* Project course 10
Special topics in Transport planning* Conferences 2
City Branding* Seminars 0.5
City Branding Project Workshop 2.5
Research track Research program at IFSTTAR laboratory 12
French Language and Culture Seminars 3
*Eligible for 3rd Year EIVP students as “international options”
Download the “Urban Planning and City Branding” brochure for the course descriptions.

The “Urban Planning and City Branding” is available as a full 30 ECTS programme for exchange and visiting students. Modules can also be selected separately and completed with courses from the Engineering curriculum in French.
Entry requirements: the program is open to candidates with BSc / BEng degree or the French equivalent “licence”, preferably in Civil Engineering, Urban Planning or Architecture as well as first/ second year students of relevant Master degree.
This programme is open to all students who complete admission requirements, including free movers from non-partner institutions.

3rd Year students selected on their English Level will be eligible to follow 3 modules from the programme as “international options”.
Urban Design: alternative to “PEU”
Special Topics in Transport Planning: alternative to “Planification des transports”
City Branding: alternative to “Marketing”


International & visiting students: see the “Incoming students” page for information related to application to EIVP.
For EIVP students: application e-mail to till the 1rst of June.
For all applicants, a proof of English proficiency equivalent to B2 of the CEFR is requested.