Title

Making the case for internationalisation: reflections on the transnational planning studio experience

Abstract

This commentary examines international planning studio education through the experience of a US graduate student. As international networks and interconnectedness are strengthened through the process of globalisation, the author contends that it is increasingly beneficial for planning students to have the experience of an international studio. It may be argued that no other educational tool offers students the same opportunity in which to learn and experience cross-cultural engagement and awareness.

Department(s)

Geography, Geology, and Planning

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

DOI

https://doi.org/10.3828/tpr.2016.25

Keywords

cross-cultural planning, international studio, planning education, planning studio, studio education

Publication Date

2016

Recommended Citation

Evans, Krista. "Making the case for internationalisation: reflections on the transnational planning studio experience." Town Planning Review 87 no. 4 (2016): 371-377

Journal Title

Town Planning Review

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