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Leibniz Universität Hannover

Environmental Planning and Territorial Development - Major Territorial Development

M.Sc. (Master of Science)
Subjects: Urban and Spatial planning, Agriculture, Environmental and Nutritional Sciences
English only
Winter semester:  31 May/15 Jul
Summer semester:  30 Nov/15 Jan
Application Deadlines
2 Years (starting: Both semesters)
Tuition fees (per semester)
Both semesters
Mode of admission:
local admission restriction
directly at University
Study mode:
On campus


Qualification Requirements

Previous Degree

Bachelor's degree (or equivalent) in landscape architecture and environmental planning, or in a closely related field of study.

If the previous Bachelor's degree course has not yet been completed at the time of application, you can still apply. However, at least 150 credit points must be documented in your grade sheet by the application deadline.

Language Requirements

The following certificates are recognised as proof of your language proficience.

CERF English
min B2
min 72
min 543
min 5.5
min B2 First (FCE)
PTE Academic
min 59
Telc English B2-C1 University
min B2-C1
min II
Does the university recognize "other equivalent language certificates"? no information provided by university

Application & Admission

Application Deadlines

Applications are open from:
Winter semester:June 01 (German)June 01 (EU)April 15 (Non EU)
Summer semester:December 01 (German)December 01 (EU)October 15 (Non EU)

Application Procedure & Selection

Mode of admission:
local admission restriction
Admission test/interview:
directly at University
Application Fee:

Application Documents

The following documents must be attached to the application:

  1. Application for admission or enrolment at Leibniz Universität Hannover.
  2. Certificates and supporting documents in a certified copy.
  3. Curriculum vitae.
  4. Letter of motivation (maximum 3 pages and up to 10 pages of samples of work) setting out the following:
    1. on the basis of which specific talents and interests the applicant considers himself/herself particularly suitable for this course of study,
    2. to what extent this course of study qualifies the applicant for his or her professional goals,
    3. the extent to which she or he is capable of scientific or method-oriented, planning work,
    4. the extent to which he or she has a sound knowledge of the scientific fundamentals or basic knowledge from his or her first degree, and
    5. whether she or he would like to study the major nature conservation and landscape planning or the major regional planning.
  5. Applicants whose native language is not English must demonstrate knowledge of English at least at language level B2 (see language requirements).

Further Information

For more information please check the

Course Website