Why study MASTERS IN URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING?
  • The HSA provides excellence in design education emerging from practice and accessible to diverse communities.
  • The course supports your personal and professional development.
  • The Master of Urban and Regional Planning (M.U.R.P) is a two-year academic/professional master's degree that qualifies graduates to work as urban planners
  • Give you the understanding, knowledge and skills necessary to practise professionally as a spatial planner.
  • Offer a multidisciplinary perspective on the issue of urban regeneration.
  • Students, at HSA are taught to investigate changes in the natural and built environments, debate and critically reflect upon the knowledge and values underpinning current approaches to land use development and manage the challenges of climate change through sustainable development.
Why M.U.R.P at Hindu School of Architecture?
  • M.U.R.P is a 2 years’ course

    taught at HSA by a renowned pool of faculty

  • Top infrastructure

    to enable smooth learning

  • Teaching methodology

    based on extensive use of contemporary technology

  • Learn from a variety of
    seminars and workshops

    experience learning through practices

  • Placement cell

    will be recruited by some of the leading and inspiring companies in the field of construction and architecture.

Who is Eligible?

Applicants for the MURP program in the general category should have a minimum of 55% aggregate marks and those in the reserved categories should have a minimum of 50% aggregate marks in below mentioned degree programs from a recognized University / Institution:

Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) in
Architecture / Environmental Engineering / Civil Engineering / Planning/
Law

Master’s degree (or equivalent) in
Geography / Economics / Sociology / Environmental Science / Social Work / Development Studies / Policy Studies / Political Science/GIS/Geometrics/Climate Studies

Fee Structure

The following fees schedule is applicable for candidates seeking new admission during intake of 2018-

  • Admission Fees (one time) 5,000
  • Semester Fees (per semester) : 50,000
  • Merit scholarship (based on eligibility): up to 50% tuition fee waiver

The one-time Admissions Fee is to be paid at the time of submitting the Application Form for enrolment at B.Arch. of Hindu School of Architecture

Admission Fee (one-time) and Semester Fee (for the First Semester) are to be paid together once admission is offered to the candidate. Thus, a candidate who has been offered admission will have to pay 55,000/-. You may choose to make the payment using Netbanking/ Debit Card/ Credit Card through the Online Application Centre. For concessions or part-payment, candidate may consult with Academic Counsellors of HSA, however, the final decision is purely on the college’s top management. Semester fee for subsequent semesters will only be payable later, i.e. at the beginning of the respective semesters.

Any candidate who desires to discontinue from the programme after confirmation of admission & registration for the courses specified in the admit offer letter will forfeit the total amount of fees paid.

All the above fees are non refundable.

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