Master-level studies involve specialized study in a field of research or an area of professional practice. Earning a master’s degree demonstrates a higher level of mastery of the subject. Earning a master’s degree can take anywhere from a year to three or four years. Before you can graduate, you usually must write and defend a thesis, a long paper that is the culmination of your specialized research.
A Master’s degree in Urban Development will teach students the socio-cultural, economical, political and ecological factors related to the study of examination and analysis of urban areas. Graduates will be knowledgeable in the tools and techniques related to the design and development of contemporary cities and regions.
Europe is, by convention, one of the world's seven continents. Comprising the western most point of Eurasia, Europe is usually divided from Asia by the watershed divides of the Ural and Caucasus Mountains, the Ural River, the Caspian and Black Seas, and the waterways connecting the Black and Aegean Seas.
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The 2nd Cycle Degree Course (Master Degree) in Architecture-Restoration deepens teaching elements of the 1st Cycle Degree course in Architectural Science, giving to the graduates a high level of technical knowledge and thorough historical-critical basis, essential to deal with crucial professional themes related to historical heritage on different levels: from a single building to... [+]
The Master in Integrated Projects Architecture enables architects to work globally in a professional environment characterized by increasing technical and organizational complexity, on a global stage. [+]
The Master in Ingieniería in Smart Cities is designed to equip students with the most advanced technological training specialized in the design, development and management of applications that provide intelligent, digital and sustainable for the life of cities and their inhabitants solutions. [+]
Design is experiencing a time of strong momentum and growth. The rapid evolution of production methods and ways of living require more and more adaptability and innovation. Anticipating and stimulating change have become main factors effecting competitiveness, being an engine for change and effecting contemporary economies. [+]
The focus of the programme is sustainable development as a vital challenge to our societies that needs to be seriously addressed by governments and public administrations. The programme is a cooperation between Human Geography, Political Science and Sociology and is a one year master, 60 credits. [+]
This master's degree was designed so as to develop skills in the following technical-scientific areas. [+]
Increasing the quality of life, the new legislation in the field of acoustics and awareness of citizens against noise increasingly driven by demand for specialized training and professional for study and control. [+]
The program is situated at the trans-disciplinary crossroad of critical urban studies, urbanism and urban planning, architecture theory, sociology and urban ethnography. [+]
IAAD and the Écoles de Condé announce the signing of an important strategic partnership, which will result in the integration of these two units within a wider reality. Among the joint projects, new courses, new teaching models and new locations will be considered in order to increase opportunities for students. [+]
The MSc in Sustainability and Adaptation in the Built Environment (SABE) focuses on sustainable building and environmental [+]
A Master's programme with a focus on the European dimension of spatial planning, spatial and environmental policy and regional economic development. [+]
Lund University's School of Architecture produces creative architects with the ability to identify and address problems within the field of architecture and infrastructure. The programme is both artistic and academic and provides comprehensive training in dealing with spatial design problems and theoretical issues. [+]
The world of today is growing more globally interlinked and connected, thus offering new challenges for architecture. These challenges concern everything from the densification of cities and sustainability, to threats related to extreme events and the environment. Lund University, located in the dynamic Copenhagen-Malmö region, is well known for its competence and knowledge, and offers superb resources for studying these matters in a broader context. The programme combines best practice with advanced research, thus educating students to become highly skilled professionals who are competitive at an international level.
Teaching contains both theoretical and hands-on projects aiming to find future-focused solutions to real-world issues. The programme features international collaboration, as well as locally active professionals. The process of working/learning consists of a mixture of workshops, crits, tutorials with invited guests (both international and local) and longer projects that will be exhibited to a public audience.... [-]
The study branch of Architecture in the English language is part of the four - semester master programme Architecture and Urbanism. The master programme is intended for international students with a Bachelor [+]
This MDes tackles issues related to the evolution of transportation of goods and people, the emergence of innovative services for travel, scenography, space adjustments, mutations of the city to facilitate mobility... Two research groups are offered: Mobility and Services and Public Spaces. [+]
This full-time 2-year Master's program is taught in English.The MDes "New Mobilities" tackles issues related to the evolution of transportation of goods and people, and the emergence of innovative services for travel, urban mobility...Headed by an industrial designer and an architect, the MDes "New Mobilities" brings together students from different design backgrounds to study new design solutions for the mobility of the future. Transport, services, architecture, living and work spaces, vehicles, communication, infrastructure...all these aspects are part of urban mobility design.Areas of application:- transportation of people and goods (equipment and vehicles),- mobility-facilitating services and alternatives to movement,- mobile information systems,- multimodal transportation, - communication,- infrastructure design...Prerequisites for enrollment:Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent in design (spatial, graphic, communication, interaction, mutimedia, product or industrial design) or interior architecture). You may apply before having actually obtained the herforementioned degree.A level of CEFR B2 in English is recommended.... [-]
The Master in Sustainable Architecture and Energy Efficiency (MASEE) of La Salle trains its participants in the sustainable design of cities and buildings from a practical and contemporary view. [+]