Department characteristics

Our department is dedicated to exploring the complex interrelationships between people, places, and regions. We consist of two branches, each with their own unique focus.

The first branch is Economic Geography and Regional Development. Our research in this area explores the intersection of economic factors and regional development. We focus on a variety of topics, including urban geography and real estate markets, economic geography, and environmental aspects of economic development.

The second branch of our department is Political and Cultural Geography. Our research in this area focuses on the intersection of politics, culture, and geography. We explore a variety of topics, including ethnicity, nationalism, separatism, geopolitics, and geoeconomics.

You can learn more about our research topics on our dedicated subpage.

At the Department of Human Geography and Regional Development, we offer a range of courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels in both branches. Our faculty members are experienced researchers and educators who are committed to providing our students with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in their careers. For international students, we have prepared a list of courses they can take at our department.

If you are interested in pursuing a career in human geography, economic geography, regional development, or political and cultural geography, we encourage you to explore our website and consider learning more about our department. We are always happy to answer any questions you may have and help you determine if our programs are a good fit for your interests and goals.

Thank you for visiting our website, and we hope to hear from you soon!

Doctoral Studies Applicant Guide




social media

Updated: 09. 04. 2024