Who should apply
The two-year Master's Programme in Architecture presents an opportunity for students with excellent academic performance, English language skills and creative abilities to obtain a competitive master’s degree that meets the highest international standards. Admission is competitive and only a limited number of the most highly qualified candidates can be admitted to the programme. Each application is reviewed by the Admission Committee based on strict requirements and the candidate's potential, as demonstrated in the documents and the portfolio. Please note that sending us all the necessary documents and meeting our prerequisites will not guarantee admission to the programme.
The applicant must have a three- or four-year bachelor's degree in the field of architecture from an internationally recognized university, preferably from one of the European architecture schools listed in the Directive of the European Parliament and Council 2005/36/EC. Students in their final year of undergraduate studies may also apply, provided that they graduate before the end of July.
The official language of the programme is English. A good command of English is an absolute prerequisite and must be demonstrated by taking one of the following tests:
TOEFL - minimum score: 92 in the Internet-based test or 580 in the paper-based test
IELTS - minimum score: 6.5
Cambridge English Language Certificate (Proficiency CPE or Advanced CAE) - minimum grade: "C"
- PTE (Pearson Test of English Acedemic) - minimum score: 62
The minimum requirements are strict. If you do not meet the requirements, your application cannot be considered.
All applicants are required to prepare a portfolio. The maximum paper size is A3 (297x420 mm ≈ 11.7x16.5 in). The portfolio must be easy to mail, store and review. Faxes, emails and digital documents cannot be accepted.
The annual application period to the Master's Degree Programme in Architecture runs from December 3 to February 28. Only applications received during the application period will be considered.