For the Bachelor of City Planning Honours Programme, the base entry level is a Bachelors degree in any discipline from a University (or a BTech degree from a Technical University) with final year marks which average  65% and above). Particularly relevant fields of undergraduate study include: architectural studies; geography and the environmental sciences; economics; law; civil engineering; geomatics and land surveying; and social anthropology.  There are 20 places available for this programme.

Admission to the Masters in City and Regional Planning Programme requires successful completion of the Bachelor of City Planning Honours Programme.