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Art & Design

Architecture & Architectural Technology

BA Architecture

3.5 years

€4200 pa

Programme profile

This is a new programme [launched 2011] . Students will learn to see anew the world and the environment around them and will learn to translate their experience into drawings, paintings, models and other means of artistic expression. They will learn to analyse and synthesise their experiences and findings into designs and design strategies. Throughout the programme, students will pay heed to the necessity for the use of renewable energy resources and the ecology of the built environment.

Each academic year, the curriculum aims to explore more and more complex issues and scales of design in themes such as: Design Principles; Private Space and Dwelling; Public Space and Place-Making; Urban Space and Urban Regeneration.

Students spend one semester abroad and attend at least one summer school abroad.

The programme has been developed in cooperation with Bahcesehir University Istanbul, which has wide experience of training architects in Europe, Asia and America

Programme content

Year 1: Introduction to Architectural Design; Basics of Work Safety ; Interior Design ; Mathematics (Calculus); Basics of Design; Academic Report Writing; Economics; Introduction to Architectural Culture; Introduction to Computer Graphics; Basics of Building Technologies; Civil Protection; Introduction to Architectural Structural Systems; Communication Psychology; Computer Media in Architecture; History of Art, Architecture and Urban Design

Year 2: Architectural Design; Building Technologies and Practices; Statics; Landscape Architecture; Computer Applications in Design; Ethics and Social Responsibility in Architecture; History of Art, Architecture and Urban Design ; Architecture Historiography; Project & Building Management; Construction Physics and Building Climate Control; Basics of Sociology

Year 3: Architectural Design; Construction Physics and Building Climate Control; Building Technologies and Practices; Statics; Studies in Baltic Architecture and Landscape; Computer Applications in Design; Cultural Heritage ; Urban Design; Architectural Theory & Criticism; Sustainable Design; Integrated Structural Systems; Advanced Structural Systems; Basic Legal Aspects; Digital Design ; Life Cycle of Buildings; Refurbishment of Housing; Organisational Management

Year 3.5: Architectural Design; Architectural Theory and Criticism; Bachelor"s Thesis


The university currently has no related Masters programme, taught through English.

Entry Requirements

General Certificate of Education (with examination in 8 subjects where at least 3 are A-levels, alternatively 2 A-levels + 2 AS-levels. Subjects to include Maths

Leaving Certificate showing at least 6 subjects of which at least 2 Higher Level subjects (at least Grade H5).Subjects to include Maths.

Yes; Drawing & Spatial Modelling



Portfolio: "reflecting individuality & creativity"

01 January

31 August

Eunicas will assist you to apply directly to university