Entrance test for the programme is scheduled on 20th of June, 2019 at 10 a.m. (GTM +3). Students have to preregister for the test in here.
|Degree||Master of Arts in Architecture|
5 years (10 semesters), internship included in the programme. Graduation is finalized with the defense of Final project
|Main subjects||Building typology, Spatial composition, Modern architecture, Interior design, Architectural graphics basics, Construction and urban planning
economy, Multistory building technical
project, Computer-aided design basics, Landscape Architecture basics, Conservation of historical heritage and regeneration.
HOW CAN YOU GET INTO THE PROGRAMME?
For Architecture programme, entrance test is required (example). Foreign students can take the test online on a previously agreed time. The test is reviewed by vice dean of the faculty and programme coordinator.
Test duration is 4 hours, it consists of two tasks.
First task is architectural composition. The aim of the task is to prepare presentation of proposed design of the architectural object and its environment. Single A3 sheet of paper should be used for presentation of the project. The project should include the plan, front and side views of the object as well as perspective view of the object rendered in natural environment. Additional views or details are allowed if necessary. The test should be executed in free hand technique using graphite pencil.
Second task is free hand drawing task of proposed construction (two or three elements). A3 size paper sheet and graphite pencil use only.
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?
- To independently organize projects of buildings and urbanism which correspond to aesthetical and technical requirements.
- Principles of buildings and structures of urbanistic functional schemes and artistic shapes.
- Methods which supply person‘s and society‘s requirements and interests.
- About architecture and with it related history of arts and theoretical background.
- About building constructions and engineering systems, understand their importance and applied problems of architectural projection fields.