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Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen Architecture
Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen


Groningen, Netherlands

4 Years

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Sep 2024

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The Master of Architecture programme from Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen is an attractive and challenging programme for those who are creative, technical and see it as their purpose to have positive impact on society.

This 4 year master's programme in Architecture offered by Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen is close to practice and society. In this master you'll combine working and studying simultaneously.

Developing your creative and analytical skills goes hand in hand with obtaining disciplinary knowledge and skills.

After obtaining your master degree, you're allowed to register to the Dutch Register of Architects which gives you the license to practice in Europe. You will no longer need to get the required two years of work experience because you already gained this during your study.

Groningen Academy of Architecture's Master's in Architecture is an attractive and challenging programme for prospective architects. This programme focuses purely on design, combining academic study with work in professional practice.

The strong link between professional practice and the Master's in Architecture is one of the programme's defining characteristics.

Students combine their studies at the Academy with work in an architectural practice. This approach is known as concurrent learning, incorporating two relatively independent but closely linked parts of the programme. The academic component is primarily designed to enable students to acquire professional expertise and design skills. The practical component contributes to students' professional development. This interaction between study and work means that you learn twice as much, twice as fast.


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