The Master in Architecture is a two-year English-taught programme which combines both a traditional curriculum of architectural education and a profiled programme structured around three major themes: architecture, European urbanisation and globalisation.
The Master in Architecture educates future architects with specific additional skills in research and knowledge in the field of urban design particular to European urbanism and globalisation.
The Master in Architecture focuses on:
- architectural and urban design on different scales in a European context, with an emphasis on the strategic aspects of design
- architectural and urban research with architectural means (plans, sections, elevations, diagrams, perspectives), focusing particularly on European urbanisation
- research on the impact of globalisation on cities and regions, as well as on the comparative analysis of typologies in architecture and urbanisation worldwide
At the University of Luxembourg, we understand architecture as a profession within which all the actors are constantly anticipating a change in their work context, whether demographic, political, environmental, cultural or technological change. Therefore, architectural design goes hand in hand with architectural research. The Master in Architecture’s research element involves both experimental research by design and scientific research in architecture and urbanism.
Students are trained to think and act strategically and future-oriented. They develop a broad skill set and are prepared for a career in the private sector, in administrative bodies, or as PhD students at universities.
Why study architecture at the University of Luxembourg
- You will explore the historical, social, political and environmental effects that are shaping architecture.
- You will be studying in a modern and professionally equipped environment at the rapidly growing, international and multilingual university.
- You can orientate your curriculum according to your personal interests by choosing from a range of specialised seminars.
- Interdisciplinary projects and teamwork are making up a large part of everyday teaching.
- The Master in Architecture actively contributes to the architectural debate and reinforcement of the architectural culture in Luxembourg by cooperating with a broad range of national actors and institutions.
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