Study Projects

Time: 6th term Bachelor (summer term)

Duration: 12 weeks

Number of participants: 5-10 students

The bachelor project serves the independent and comprehensive analysis with real tasks of spatial planning, the transfer of in-depth knowledge and methods, its systematic arrangement and connection and the practical application of acquired knowledge.

Completed Bachelor projects:

Summer term 2022:

VIA(DRINA) CONJUNTA – Concept for the sustainable and cross-border development of mobility as part of services of general interest in the Euroregion Pro Europa Viadrina

Summer term 2020:

Cross-border perspectives for the urban development of Saarlouis

Summer term 2019:

Participation in cross-border spatial planning based on the example of the Greater Region SaarLorLux+

Summer term 2017:

Revitalizing the pedestrian area in the city centre of Banda Aceh in Indonesia

Summer term 2015:

European transport corridor development - The example of the Rhine-Alpine Corridor

Summer term 2014:

Comparative Analysis of a German „Flächennutzungsplan“ and a French „Schéma de Cohérence Territoriale” within the Eurodistrict SaarMoselle to facilitate future planning across-borders

Summer term 2013:
Conceptual development of cross-border regions using the example of the “Grünmetropole” – Chances for strengthening

Summer term 2012:
Cross-border cooperation in Europe - the case study of the Greater Region in the field of tourism

Summer term 2011:
Learning from Sweden - Development of rural areas in Rhineland-Palatinate

bachelor project 2022
Bachelor Project 2020
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Bachelor project 2017
Bachelor project 2015
Bachelor project 2014
Bachelor project 2013
Bachelor project 2012
Bachelor project 2011