Architecture

SubjectArchitecture

LevelUndergraduate

Type of DegreeMaster of Architecture

CostEUR 12,830

CountrySpain

CityMadrid

Cost non-EU

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About the course

In this programme, students receive a highly practical education. From Day 1, we give them the opportunity to put in practice what they learn. Our European workshop, hands-on learning model enables students to organise their own projects under the supervision of a professor with diverse experience. International case studies are a key component of our curriculum. As a result, our students have a strong international outlook and well placed for the global labour market.

Degree recognition

This integrated, 5-year programme leads to a Master's degree in Architecture. This qualifies you to work professionally as an architect in any member country of the European Union. You will be trained in the following fields: project design, urban planning, sustainability, management, technical training, graphic training, communication skills, history critique and professional practice.

Research at Universidad Europea de Madrid

Excellence in research is part of our commitment to the society. Our faculty aims to generate transferable knowledge through their research and thus contribute to social development and progress.

To achieve this goal, Universidad Europea run five Centers of Excellence for Research. This structure enhances the synergies among research groups both within the University and between the University and external organisations. As a result, we have a strong relationship with many academic institutions and companies in Spain and abroad.

How to apply

You must have 3 A Levels to be considered for admission.

If you hold a BTEC Level 3 in a relevant subject, please contact us for further advice.

 


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