The ever-growing scarcity of space increases the importance of urban planners and spatial planners. Climate adaptation, energy transition, mobility shift, sustainable agriculture, circular economy and the maintanance of open space are other important factors. The programme’s core objectives with regard to governance, creativity, actor-oriented thinking, open-mindedness for alternative proposals and an integrated approach to issues, offer an answer to a growing demand in our complex world. Thanks to the study programme’s width and integrated approach, our graduates end up with a wide range of employers. This wide range includes various public services (at European, national, regional, provincial and municipal level), as well as the private sector (at various planning or urban engineering consultancies), the business world, the (academic) research world or even in civic or specific interest groups.Since programme’s second year guarantees a broad international orientation, our graduates’ career search need not limit itself to Flanders or Belgium. They are equally qualified to find jobs abroad, either within or without of Europe.