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If I study an urban studies/planning BA degree that is not accredited by the RTPI, is that mean I need to study a RTPI combined postgraduate MA in order to become a urban planner?
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If I study an urban studies/planning BA degree that is not accredited by the RTPI, is that mean I need to study a RTPI combined postgraduate MA in order to become a urban planner?
Yes, that is correct.

The key thing is to check the RTPI web site for those universities/programmes that offer a 'combined' qualification (see http://www.rtpi.org.uk/education-and...ualifications/). This could be a UG or PG programme. Most universities look for 2:1 UG degrees for entry onto their PG programmes. Best of luck.

Joe Doak,
Associate Professor of Urban Planning & Development,
University of Reading
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