- Faculty of Architecture
- The degree to be obtained: Bachelor of Science, Engineer, Architect
- Duration: 4 years (8 semesters, including a one-month internship in the 7th semester)
- Language: English
- ECTS points: 240
The curriculum is designed for people wishing to study architecture. It has been developed to educate future architects both in technical knowledge and to develop their awareness within esthetic and human-oriented values. It allows students to develop the skills related to shaping urbanized areas both as to elements of little architecture, public utility facilities, and multi-spatial urban projects.
The courses within the study curriculum are based on knowledge in the disciplines originating from technical sciences: architecture, urbanism, construction, and arts, or history of art.
The main purpose of the course is to prepare graduates – architect engineers - for their professional careers and for deliberate and competent participation in shaping the areas that constitute the living space of individuals and groups.
School leaving certificate, very good command in English, cover letter, and portfolio.
The portfolio should contain 5-10 works done personally in any technique, A3 format, including the minimum: 2 black and white drawings of human figures, 1 drawing of a composition composed of geometrical solids, 1 architectural drawing, other works on any subject. As well as the originals, photos or scans in digital version must be sent.
The graduates of first-cycle degree studies are qualified to start their professional careers as auxiliaries and in implementation and construction supervision in the area of urban design and designing architectural objects together with their surroundings. Completion of the first-cycle studies allows graduates to continue second-cycle degree studies.
About the School
Gdańsk University of Technology (Polish name: Politechnika Gdańska) is one of the oldest universities in Poland and the largest technical university in Northern Poland. It was established in 1904 and ... Read More