Find Masters Programs in Architecture Studies in Romania
The process of creating a well-made structure entails a great deal more than just propping up four walls. Knowledge of architecture is needed in order to ensure that buildings meet predetermined desires and legal guidelines.
Ion Mincu University of Architecture and Urbanism (UAUIM)
This Architecture Program is the direct descendant of the first Romanian higher School of Architecture, founded in 1892.
Aims of the program
This Architecture Program is the direct descendant of the first Romanian higher School of Architecture, founded in 1892. The 6-year Architecture Program (Bachelor and Master integrated) is accredited by the ARACIS (Romanian Agency for Quality Assessment in the Higher Education), the European Community (since 2008) as well as by the RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects, since 1997). The present structure of the formative process for future architects is a synthesis of the tradition of the historical School of Architecture in Bucharest on one hand and the up-to-date appropriation of modernity on the other hand, in harmony with the field of contemporary architectural education in the world. The significant mutations that have marked the evolution of contemporary society in the last decades at the international level have made obvious the necessity that the educational process should fulfill new requirements, orienting towards an architectural education:...
With a 6-year study period, the integrated bachelor and master degree in architecture offers a holistic view of the complex parameters that define the architectural pract
Requirements: Baccalaureate (or equivalent)
Duration: 6 years (12 semesters)
Teaching language: Romanian
Form of studies: Full time
Professional title for the graduates: Architect
With a 6-year study period, the integrated bachelor and master degree in architecture offers a holistic view of the complex parameters that define the architectural practice. During the 12 semesters, students gain theoretical, esthetical and technological knowledge in both architecture and urban design, as well as from the related and complementary fields of fine arts, human sciences, engineering and technology, all of which provide adequate knowledge to match the demands of the future clients....