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Please Note: Co-op students are not liable for tuition fee charges for this course. As a key part of their planning degree, students must undertake 48 weeks of approved employment related to the professional objectives of the Planning and Urban Development Program: for example, in private development companies, planning consultancies, state government departments and agencies, or with local councils. This is normally undertaken in the twelve months following the end of Session 1 of Year 3. The Program Head must approve the type of employment proposed. The requirements of courses PLAN0081 and PLAN0082 Work Experience must be successfully completed before a student will be permitted to graduate. Assessment components include documentation and submission of a work experience diary, a reflective report and participation in a compulsory seminar.

Study Level

Undergraduate

Offering Terms

Summer Term, Term 2

Campus

Kensington

Indicative contact hours

0

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