Planning and Environmental Management
Academic staff: 14
Research postgraduates: 20
Research Assessment Exercise rating: 4
Planning at The University of Manchester is one of the oldest and largest professionally recognised land use and environmental planning and management schools in the UK.
As part of the School of Environment, Education and Development (SEED), Planning at Manchester is renowned internationally for its teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, and for the quality of its research.
We have an active research culture, with a strong commitment to work at the cutting edge of current practice and with numerous connections across discipline boundaries with arts, natural sciences and social science.
As part of the North West Doctoral Training Centre, we enjoy close links with our colleagues in Civic Design at Liverpool University, which means we can offer opportunities for joint supervision, and PhD students can access specialist training courses at either university.