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Admissions

The application deadline for all academic programs offered at the School is the 15th of January of each year. Material can be submitted using uApply, McGill's online application system. Regardless of the program to which you are applying, you must submit a formal application on uApply. You will need a valid credit card to submit the application fee.

Admissions : Master of Urban Planning


The M.U.P. program is open to students holding a bachelor's degree or equivalent in Anthropology, Architecture, Economics, Engineering, Geography, Law, Management, Political Science, Social Work, Sociology or Urban Studies. Students from other academic backgrounds may also apply. Please explain in the Personal Statement why you would like to make a transition into urban planning. In the past, applicants have been accepted from backgrounds including Music, Chemistry, and Nursing.

Current Ph.D. students

Nufar AVNI 

Ehab I. DIAB

Jayne ENGLE-WARNICK

Stéphanie H. LECLERC

Mona LUXION

Bruno MAROT

José OTERO

Jane REID

Giovanni VELEZ

Faculty and Staff

CORE FACULTY


Madhav Badami
Associate Professor
Joint appointment with the McGill School of Environment

Lisa Bornstein
Associate Professor
Coordinator of the Making Megaprojects Work for Communities project

Special Events

Recent events


Questioning Urban Creativity : Montréal, a case study

Inaugural conference of the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Montréal
featuring a public lecture by Witold Rybczynski : Two walks with Frederick Law Olmsted

What is urban planning?

 

Planners and urban designers have played key roles in ensuring that Vieux-Montréal remains a vibrant part of the city without becoming a tourist trap.