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  • Initial training - Continuing education
  • 1 year
  • Aix-en-Provence
  • AIMS

    This course aims at transmitting a common culture and know-how regarding the landscape project, not only on the scale of large territories but also of urban planning and development. It is, in fact, a real link between landscape planning and landscape urbanism and design. In order to respond to the new laws and regulations on the enhancement and protection of the landscape and the environment, the course aims to train professionals in the field of decision support for the development of landscape and territorial projects. It also targets development actions concerning public spaces, natural or agricultural spaces (agri-urbanism) and heritage. It thus aims to provide concrete answers to the questions raised by the professional sphere in the face of the new communal and inter-communal urban planning documents, by establishing a project culture based on interdisciplinarity. Fully integrating the renewed questioning of nature in the city, the course also aims to train professionals who, within urban territories, can make the link between project management and project execution in landscape projects at different territorial scales (from the garden to the large territory).

    The course is designed for students who wish to learn how to manage their projects in a sustainable way.

  • ADMISSION CONDITIONS

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  • FUNDAMENTAL PREREQUISITES

    The student must hold a 1st year Master's degree in a Master's degree programme compatible with landscape, urban planning and development.

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  • FUNDAMENTAL PREREQUISITES

    • An awareness of space (drawing, spatialization, spatialized issues) is welcome as well as attention to social issues. Knowledge of the contexts, actors, devices and tools of urban and landscape planning is recommended.
  • LEARNING SITES

    • FDSP, Aix-en-Provence
  • LEARNING AND RESEARCH

    A "research" option offers students (enrolled in Master 2 in four of the courses), training oriented towards scientific research. It is thus a question of accompanying interested students in the construction of a research project likely to lead to a doctoral thesis in urban planning and development. Students who have obtained a good grade in the Master's program can then apply for academic doctoral grants (regional or national grants) or more professional grants (CIFRE grants).

    For this, students follow the courses of the program in which they are enrolled, with the exception of the Project workshop. The training offer specific to the "research" option includes a research workshop and a "research" oriented internship

  • PROFESSIONAL SKILLS TO BE ACQUIRED

    • Conduct, follow-up and realisation of territorial and landscape diagnoses
    • Conduct, follow-up and realisation of urban planning and landscape projects
    • Conduct, follow-up and realisation of urban and landscape planning documents
    • Maîtrise of the contexts, actors, devices and tools of urban and landscape planning
    • Maîtrise des contextes, acteurs, dispositifs et outils des projets d’urbanisme et de paysage
  • INTERNSHIPS AND SUPERVISED PROJECTS

    The training is based on 3 pillars : the landscape project workshop (weekly supervision of small groups of students throughout the M2 year)  the 3-6 month professional internship (regular exchanges between students, teachers and companies)  the masters thesis (the first year of the M2);regular exchanges between students, teachers and companies)  the mémoire (individualised follow-up of the student during his end-of-study research exercise).

  • SPECIFIC TEACHING CONDITIONS

    The courses articulate theoretical and practical/operational contributions, common core courses (mention urbanism and planning and Ecole nationale sup&eacuteure du Paysage Versailles-Marseille) and speciality courses (landscape projects urbanism and planning). The latter include field trips and in situ exercises in small groups.

  • NSF DOMAINS

    • 214N Etudes paysagères, conseil en paysage (fr)
    • 341M Aménagement du territoire, urbanisme (fr)
    • 341N Etudes en urbanisme et aménagement (fr)
  • LEARNING COURSES LIST

  • FURHER INFORMATION

    IUAR School Officers

    Sophie BARBOTIN  -  Sophie.barbotin@univ-amu.fr   Tel : 04.42.64.62.18

    Françoise DIANA - francoise.diana@univ-amu.fr    Tel : 04.42.64.61.92

Responsible for the course