The University of Brighton is working with the City Council and the regional development agency SEEDA to launch a range of courses to address the chronic shortage of planners in the south east region.
SEEDA will contribute £200,000 and further funds are anticipated from the Department of Communities and Local Government and the money will be used to establish a part-time post graduate certificate course and also diploma and MSc courses starting later this month.
Reading is the only other place in the south east that offers fast track qualifications in planning. The courses have bursaries of up to £1000 available.
For more information about applying contact Mr Sam Vince (Admission Administrator) 01273 642390; or for more specific course enquiries contact Dr Kassim Gidado (Course Leader) 01273 642394
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