A European intensive seminar to learn both spatial quality and the cooperation process

Abstract : Town planning is closely linked with the national geographic and institutional context. Europeanization and globalisation are influencing planning but also planning education. The paper discusses how six universities from six different countries go into partnership to take into account this trend and elaborate a common pedagogic module through an intensive programme. The intensive programme achieves these objectives of the Europeanization of planning but also some specific ones which each university would not be able to achieve separately. The process of the intensive program itself pushes students to increase the quality of their proposals. It obliges students to work on unprecedented cases and to collaborate
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José Serrano, Janet Askew, Nick Smith, Jasper Beekmans, Stefanie Dühr, et al.. A European intensive seminar to learn both spatial quality and the cooperation process. Space is luxury (AESOP 2010), Jul 2010, Helsinki, Finland. ⟨halshs-01015471⟩

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