The Master’s Programme is established to attract individuals who want to develop their skills and capabilities within urban and landscape planning and design in the Subarctic. “Concepts for Subarctic Landscapes” gives students basic knowledge of Subarctic environments and climates as well as knowledge of ecological systems and human-made systems. “Urban Ecologies in the North” gives students extensive knowledge of Subarctic ecosystems, plant societies, water systems and how to integrate urban and ecological systems through ‘landscape urbanism’ as method and approach. “Subarctic Landscape Urbanism” gives students knowledge of and tools for the design of urban infrastructural systems and urban ecological systems as well as of settlement transformation. “Territorial Practices for the North” is a more conceptual studio, giving students extensive knowledge of political, economic and social factors in Subarctic territories, and training them to conceive projects that identify and activate community-based, industrial and territorial potentials.