Students in the Planning Complex Cities studio are free to choose the region or urban area they wish to work on during their graduation. In order to gain a deep understanding of spatial development patterns and institutional conditions, we encourage students to focus on the development and planning of regions, cities and neighbourhoods that are under investigation of ongoing research at the Department of Urbanism tough. Projects and networks that provide excellent opportunities for the development of graduation project proposals are described on this page. Please note that there is a recent addition to the list. Under the header Civic participation, regional design & democracy we encourage students to help us explore the interrelations between these issues, as part of an upcoming research project.