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EMU - EUROPEAN POST-MASTERS IN URBANISM
International Joint Master programme
TU Delft | IUAV Venice | KU Leuven | UPC Barcelona
Strategies and Design for Cities and Territories
Advanced international training for professionals in the field of urbanism.The joint European Post-Masters in Urbanism confronts critical challenges for cities and regions, blending knowledge and skills from design, the social and physical sciences and environmental technology. Follow 8 day courses for professionals, one semester, or a 2 year full time post-master education.
Apply before May 15th 2015.
Find more information on our webpage: www.emu.tudelft.nl
BAUHAUS UNIVERSITY WEIMAR'S INTERNATIONAL MASTER PROGRAMMES
Are you Bauhaus?
join our International Master Programmes European Urban Studies
and Advanced Urbanism!
At its Institute for European Urban Studies, the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar offers an international league of dedicated students to elaborate multiple perspectives on the subject of cities. Are you committed to further develop and exchange your knowledge while bringing a strong personal and professional interest into the field of urban studies in practice and theory?
Apply now: www.uni-weimar.de/ifeu
FONTYS' MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE AND MASTER OF URBANISM
WHY ARCHITECTURE/ URBANISM:
These are among the most fulfilling academic courses; architects and urban designers combine creative competences with a research attitude, an open mind and the additional business skills. Exciting times are ahead due to social and technological innovations and new collaborative models for creating smart and attractive buildings and cities.
Critical aspects of architectural and urban design practice can only be experienced through the actual execution of designs and the critical assessment of designs in real world contexts. Moreover, contrary to university graduates, concurrent students can enter the architects register immediately upon completion of their studies.
WHY MA+U TILBURG:
Studying architecture or urbanism in the inspiring and artistic atmosphere of an international art school. The personal and stimulating approach and the innovative attitudes toward education result in an exceptional success rate and contribute to a rewarding career.
HOW TO APPLY:
Admission to the MA+U master programs requires a bachelor degree in architecture, urban design, or an equivalent academic training.
Detailed information on admission and tuition fees can be found at:
Phone +31 8850-70291
UNIVERSITY OF LIECHTENSTEIN'S MASTER (MSC) OF ARCHITECTURE
The programme's curriculum reflects on the diverse and complex challenges facing architecture as a socially responsible profession today. An understanding of and an active engagement with cultural sustainability is at the heart of its curriculum.
The different design studios give students the opportunity to engage with this topic on a variety of scales applying a multitude of design- and research methods, preparing students for the demands of the broad field of architecture and planning. The specific agendas developed in the design studios range from architectural design theory to cultural architecture, sustainable design and sustainable urban design. Together with a series of elective classes, they enable students to design their own curriculum and thus develop their personal interests in-depth.
Small classes and design studios provide a personal, creative and productive learning and research environment. Currently, students of more than 30 different nationalities create a unique cosmopolitan atmosphere on a compact campus within a stunning alpine setting. A compulsory exchange semester at one of the Institutes high-profile international Partner-Universities helps students to test their acquired knowledge in a different cultural and academic environment and offers new perspectives and opportunities.
of the Masters degree programme in Architecture are well prepared for
a career in architecture, and thanks to the sound practical and academic education,
promising perspectives may also arise in various research fields and academia.
Upon successful completion of the programme, the University of Liechtenstein
grants the academic degree of: Master of Science in Architecture ( MSc Arch
University of Liechtenstein
Institute of Architecture and Planning
265 11 34
Fax +423 265 11 21
UNIVERSITY OF LEUVEN'S MASTER OF HUMAN SETTLEMENTS
Interested in human settlements accross the globe?
This two semester post-graduate programme focusses on urbanism and planning in developed and developing countries worldwide.
Applications on www.kuleuven.be/application are open until 01 June 2015 (EEA citizens)
Interested? Need more information?
Department of Architecture
Kasteelpark Arenberg 1, 3001 Heverlee, Belgium,
www.asro.kuleuven.be/mahs or www.asro.kuleuven.be/mausp
ERASMUS UNIVERSITY ROTTERDAM'S INSTITUTE OF URBAN MANAGEMENT (IHS)
IHS education, research, advisory and training services
The Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies (IHS) is an international centre of excellence of the School of Economics (ESE) and the Faculty of Social Sciences (FSS) of the Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands, operating on a global scale by offering post-graduate education, training, advisory services and applied research.
people live in cities than ever before. Our urban future confronts us with great
innovations and challenges. Cities need urban professionals who can understand,
face and manage these developments to create urban futures that improve the
quality of life in cities. IHS trains and advises these professionals on a global
scale through its integrated approach in education, advisory services and research
that offers practise and theory on urban management and development.
IHS: MAKING CITIES WORK
Burgemeester Oudlaan 50
Building T, 14th floor
3062 PA Rotterdam
P.O. Box 1935
3000 BX Rotterdam
Phone: + 31 10 408 9825
Fax: + 31 10 408 9826
INCOGNITA'S ARCHITECTURE TRIPS: DISCOVER EASTERN EUROPEAN ARCHITECTURE AND URBANISM
Have a closer look at the programme of the Switzerland-based "Incognita Kulturwissen" that organizes faszinating architecture trips around the world.
Visit their online database or join one of their study tours.
Fides-Maria Kistler und Samuel Scherrer
+41 (0)31 558 36 96
STUDIO FOR IMMEDIATE SPACES - SANDBERG INSTITUUT, AMSTERDAM
Application Deadline: April 2015
In between the logic of constructing architecture and the design of objects, we experiment and explore the immediate space. The Studio for Immediate Spaces is a place for understanding and defining specific spaces that we live in, we work, eat, socialize, discuss, or perform in.
To explore and expand the field of the interior as a specialized focus on space that has a direct relation to their users, we include any space as a possible place. For us they are in- and outside. They are here and on the moon. They exist in our minds and are physically around us.
Our practice is to define our gestures out of which we construct the spaces we inhabit, and to see space as a circumstance to let something happen.
Studio for Immediate Spaces
Sandberg Instituut, Amsterdam
Fred. Roeskestraat 98
1076 ED Amsterdam