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blaise wrote:Does the European directive on recognition of titles and diplomas make the whole argument irrelevant considering that there are many foreigners now working in the planning systems in both the UK and Ireland. I would love to hear some opinions from those who have either completed a planning course or considering doing one.
If your course is RTPI recognised you will be eligible for corporate membership of the RTPI. Once you are a member you cannot be discriminated against for not being in the IPI. However in the years between qualifying and getting your membership you could be at a disadvantage going for public sector jobs in Ireland.
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I will also be hoping to enroll in a Planning course next year, however coming across similar difficulties. Gaining entry into the Irish courses appears to be presently extremely competitive so I'm beginnging to look towards the UK. Regarding courses in the UK, there are so many! In your experience have you come across any courses which seem to outshine others or is it a case of 6 of 1? Would appreciate any thoughts you have on this.
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