The Master’s Degree Programme is a research-based programme aimed at educating graduates who as architects master scientific analysis as well as artistic experiments and who are capable of transforming complex architectural problems into solutions and statements that relate to contemporary and historical conditions in a meaningful way.
The most important subject areas on the Master’s Degree Programme are architecture, restoration, planning and landscapes. Students on the Master’s Degree Programme are taught to master space, form, composition and materiality on different scales. They also learn about practical applications, structures, materials and legal conditions.
Our teaching is based on individual supervision and close dialogue between teachers and students. The Master’s Degree Programme is a highly individual study where students have to manage their own projects and artistic research.
You can read more about admission, teaching on the Master’s Degree Programme and how the programme is structured below.
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