Bachelor's Degree in Urban and Regional Planning in Europe

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Urban and Regional Planning

A bachelor's degree is a hallmark of higher education. It is given to those who dedicate three to seven years studying a specific program. A bachelor's degree can be earned in a variety of disciplines in the arts and sciences.

Europe, one of the world's seven continents, is usually known as the westernmost peninsula of Eurasia. Second smallest continent, with 10,180,000 (km2), the area regroups 50 countries.

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BArch (Hons) Architecture

Nottingham Trent University: Architecture, Design and the Built Environment
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 United Kingdom Nottingham

Architects take their ideas and dreams and design them into reality. On this Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) accredited course we will support you to find your own design approach, whilst equipping you with the skills and knowledge to tackle issues related to the built environment. [+]

Bachelors in Urban and Regional Planning in Europe 2017. BArch (Hons) Architecture Architects take their ideas and dreams and design them into reality. On this Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) accredited course we will support you to find your own design approach, whilst equipping you with the skills and knowledge to tackle issues related to the built environment. Prescribed by the Architects' Registration Board (ARB) and validated by the RIBA, this course you will give you the opportunity to: Work on live briefs set by real clients Complete your Part 1 in Architecture en-route to becoming an architect Join a teaching and learning culture allied to that of professional architecture practice Have the opportunity to go on trips to the UK and abroad as part of your course fees Work in professional-standard facilities and studios alongside a dedicated model making studio Hear from guest lecturers in our Trent Talks series Participate in regional, national and international competitions. Excellent student satisfaction - 96% of students who graduated in 2016 were satisfied with the course and teaching methods. (Student Satisfaction Survey 2016) Work alongside the RIBA in a mentoring programme in your final year You will learn to communicate your ideas through drawing, and exploring spaces through model-making and 3D visualisation. In our studio-based environment, you’ll create imaginative and practical designs combined with essential project co-ordination problem-solving skills. We combine a hands-on, project-driven approach covering all the important aspects of Architecture – linking urban design and sustainability with theory and business practice. This is delivered through group projects, study trips, briefs from industry will give you the complete package of skills, knowledge, and experience to take the first step in your career. What you'll study A series of practical and theoretical projects in a variety of spatial, social and cultural situations. The purpose of these projects is to align architectural concepts, thinking and values with current architectural thought and practice. Projects involve strategic thinking and creative imagination, attention to detail, traditional and digital forms or representation, public presentation and reviews. How you’re taught Based on 40 hour weeks during term time, you will spend approximately 12 hours per week in scheduled learning. This includes lectures, supported by smaller group sessions including: seminars tutorials workshops. You will also be involved in self-directed project work with the support of NOW, our virtual learning environment. Outside of timetabled sessions you will need to undertake self-directed independent study. This will include preparing for lectures, researching, completing coursework, developing a portfolio and directed reading to expand your knowledge. The course is supported by external professional practitioners ensuring that your learning is continuously enhanced through exposure to real world perspective in the newest and fastest growing degree subjects within the built environment sector. International opportunities Second year students on all courses have the opportunity to undertake an overseas trip in an European city. Recent trips have seen BArch (Hons) Architecture visiting Rotterdam. The trip, that is included in the course fees, allowed students to visit four potential sites as basis for their final year project. How will I be assessed? You will be assessed through a mix of coursework, eTests and practical methods. The coursework will make up the majority of your assessment and will consist of group and individual projects, reports, presentations, essays and a portfolio. Careers and employability Through working on real projects from industry, field work and regularly updated course content you will be prepared to succeed in the architecture industry. You will be equipped with cores skills required including design skills, knowledge and attributes that you will carry with you for the rest of your professional career. Where do Architecture graduates from NTU work? NTU has a strong architecture alumni community with many graduates working in senior positions in leading national and international companies. Recent graduate destinations have included: Foster + Partners Terry Farrell and Partners Dixon Jones Benoy Hill Holt Wood LA Architects Pinnacle Architecture ltd Frankland and Ellis Architects Anthony Rickett Architects RGP Architects Balfour Beatty Graduates have gone on to get roles as: architects architectural assistants design team members Becoming an architect To become a qualified Architect you will have to complete the Part One, Part Two and Part Three examinations through the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA). You can find out more information on what this means on the RIBA website. You can complete the Part Two at NTU by studying our MArch Architecture course. Employability Team Our friendly, experienced careers consultants will work closely with you at every stage of your career planning, providing personal support and advice you won't find in a book or on the Internet. You can benefit form this at any time during your studies and up to three years after completing your course. Entry requirements UK What are we looking for? A-levels – BBB; or BTEC Extended Diploma – DDM; or 120 UCAS Tariff points from three A-levels or equivalent qualifications; and GCSEs – English and Maths grade C. Submission of work You will be asked to submit examples of work to showcase your art and design abilities. For more information about what we look for in your portfolio, download our BArch (Hons) Architecture submission of work guide. The UCAS Tariff The UCAS Tariff has changed for 2017 entry. In the new tariff, the numbers awarded to qualifications are very different. So, whereas previously a B at A-level was worth 100 points, in the new tariff it is now 40 points. Sound confusing? Don’t worry. We’ve created this calculator to help you work it out. Getting in touch If you need any more help or information, please email our Admissions Team or call on +44 (0)115 848 4200. International If you hold international qualifications, take a look at the alternative qualifications we accept for this course. What are we looking for? A-levels – BBB; or BTEC Extended Diploma – DDM; or 120 UCAS Tariff points from three A-levels or equivalent qualifications; and GCSEs – English and Maths grade C. Submission of work You will be asked to submit examples of work to showcase your art and design abilities. For more information about what we look for in your portfolio, download our BArch (Hons) Architecture submission of work guide. The UCAS Tariff The UCAS Tariff has changed for 2017 entry. In the new tariff, the numbers awarded to qualifications are very different. So, whereas previously a B at A-level was worth 100 points, in the new tariff it is now 40 points. Sound confusing? Don’t worry. We’ve created this calculator to help you work it out. Getting in touch If you need any more help or information, please email our Admissions Team or call on +44 (0)115 848 4200. [-]

Degree In Technical Architecture And Building

laSalle Barcelona
Campus Full time 5 years September 2017 Spain Barcelona

Curriculum affects aspects of integrated management of the construction process, which graduates in Building Engineering have to be the protagonists. [+]

Why choose this degree? The adequacy of the training program to the real needs of the market, Opening up a range of career options for graduates in building all actors of the construction process. Special emphasis is made on all subjects, rigor, professionalism, ethics and honesty, which are essential if we want to improve a sector that calls for a new way to make par excellence. The faculty and professionals of great prestige, Combine teaching with professional activity providing practical experience in flagship projects internationally. The cloister (architects, engineers, technical architects, economists, lawyers, etc.) addresses the teaching content crosswise. Troncalidad with architecture. In La Salle, graduates of Science and Technology Building and Architects held on the first course together and formed and work together at the same level throughout all courses, as they must do in the exercise professional. The link with the business world. The university-company relationship to evaluate the quality, achieving the required skills and competencies and adapt the curriculum to the needs of construction. This link allows you to make professional practices in the last two race courses in professional offices, developers, builders, public administrations, etc. The incorporation of technology and innovation in the curriculumAccording to the needs of today's society and future professionals. Some subjects are taught in English so that at the end you have an adequate level that allows you to work across Europe. By the internationality of studies. Working together with students and professors from other universities around the world will give you a vision of architecture in other countries and cultures to implement in your international projects. Architecture programs in La Salle are international because they offer a cosmopolitan architectural and cultural vision that prepares you to understand the realities of each country. What do you prepare? The training is based on learning the construction and management of works and projects. It enables graduates to work in any construction process, from the feasibility study and promotion to execution and useful later life. Curriculum affects aspects of integrated management of the construction process, which graduates in Building Engineering have to be the protagonists. The first course in Building Engineering and Architecture is common, which will help you decide what you want to continue studying without changing university. What you need to access? You can access this Grade: From the high school, once passed the entrance examinations to the University (PAU). From Higher Level Training Cycles (CFGS). If you are pursuing a university degree that has not finished and want to continue it in La Salle (file transfer). Should have attended university abroad, you have to be able to validate a minimum of 30 credits or access via approval of school and PAU through the UNED accreditation or via the UNED if you're the EHEA. If you already have a university degree. Should have attended university abroad, you have to be able to validate a minimum of 30 credits or access via approval of school and PAU through the UNED, via accreditation of the UNED if you are the EHEA or via homologation of the university degree in Spain. If you have made the entrance examination to college for over 25 years and for over 45 years. If you are a student of the European Union or any country with which they have subscribed international agreements applicable in this case; you have to meet the academic requirements in the educational system of the country where you are studying to enter university and the approval process Test Access to University (PAU) at the UNED (www.uned.es). Those students who access the partial studies degree (or completed) cursados ​​outside the Spanish state, must bring a certificate from your home university, as their degree is official in his country. Admission you are not a number at La Salle Campus Barcelona. We select our students taking into account several things: your motivation, your talents to the degree you want to study and, of course, your academic record. These are the steps you must take to study your degree at La Salle Campus Barcelona: 1. Register. We will contact you and tell you how to start your application for admission. 2. We will ask these documents: Photocopy of identity card or passport Digital Photography Motivation letter, written in the language you want to pursue your studies academic documentation 3. We will make an entrance test. Unlike Selectivity, ours is a specific test that assesses your suitability for the degree you want to study. 4. If we deem it necessary, you can do a personal interview. 5. Acceptance: will the communicate over a maximum period of 15 days after submission of all required documentation. 6. Application Scholarship or financial aid. La Salle Campus Barcelona is people first, so we offer our own program of scholarships and grants. 1 in 4 students studying on a scholarship. In La Salle, if you can! 7. Place reservation. [-]

Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture

International University of Catalonia
Campus Full time 10 semesters September 2017 Spain Barcelona

A strong international outlook and universal values, the Bachelor's degree in Architecture in the School of Architecture teaches students along various lines of professional development and improves competitiveness through the encouragement of polyvalence, co-responsibility, entrepreneurship and internationalism. [+]

Bachelors in Urban and Regional Planning in Europe 2017. A strong international outlook and universal values, the Bachelor's degree in Architecture in the School of Architecture teaches students along various lines of professional development and improves competitiveness through the encouragement of polyvalence, co-responsibility, entrepreneurship and internationalism. We achieve this through a teaching method based on undertaking projects on all scales involving simultaneous interaction between all areas of knowledge. More reasons to study Architecture A global perspective: You'll learn to work on a project starting from a territorial level all the way down to the construction details. Committed to society: The only school of architecture in Spain that teaches compulsory subjects on cooperation, sustainability and accessibility. International: By studying for a year and a half at the University of Belgrano you will receive a double degree which will allow you to work both in Argentina and in Europe. Architecture at ESARQ Our commitment is to ensure you the best academic preparation that will provide theoretical and practical tools necessary to ensure high employment. We stand to enrich the professional profile of the future architect capacity with multiple lines. We have a national and international job bank which allows students to find jobs around the world, due to the network of agreements held with companies from the sector, providing various professional opportunities. The UIC is committed to providing its students with the best academic preparation in both the theoretical and practical realms, and also to providing them with the tools which are necessary for successful access to the labour market. In order to achieve these objectives effectively, the UIC has developed a pedagogical approach based on the following tools and methodologies: Personalised attention Individualised attention is paid to our students. The ratio is a maximum of 20 students per lecturer Job offers We have a list of national and international job offers. This allows students to have access to a job in any city in the world, involving professional pathways into publishing houses, public administration, office work, promotion, consultancy, industry... International approach and teaching in English At the end of their studies our students know how to defend their projects in English and communicate with the adequate terminology and vocabulary related to their discipline. For this reason, many subjects are taught in English from the 1st academic year and we also includeEnglish for Architecture as a subject in our degree programme Advice and coaching* Each student is assigned an academic advisor and a professional coach* Working transversally and on different levels A small university like ours allows subjects to be taught in a crosscutting or transversal way and they all interact with each other. Students also learn to work on various different levels, from the territorial to that of construction, within the same project Vertical Workshop An intensive project Workshop involving teams of students from second through to fifth year Forum Series of conferences involving prestigious national and international architects Architecture placed at the service of society ESARQ is the only school of architecture in Spain which teaches compulsory subjects on cooperation, sustainability and accessibility Advanced technology We carry out a workshop on how to make scale models and digital architecture which is pioneering in Spain, we provide students with a laser cutting machine, a computer numerical control machine (CNC) and a rapid prototyping tool (3D Z Printer) in order to make volumetric scale models Chairs: links to companies in this sector We innovate by awarding various chair positions and by carrying out research projects sponsored by prestigious companies such as Ascer, Capital Reig, Uralita, Saloni Ceràmica, Hispalyt, Fundación Adecco, and Valentine. Competences. Course objective The teaching and learning process is based on the acquisition of competences: Crosscutting competences Critical thinking, creativity, analytical and synthesis skills, the ability to plan and organise, good decision-making skills, responsibility, observation, teamwork and leadership, positive study skills, self-discipline, and dedication Specific competences The ability to create architectural projects that satisfy both aesthetic and technical requirements. Adequate knowledge of architectural history and theory, as well as of art, technology, and the related areas of social sciences. Knowledge of fine art and the role it plays in architectural concepts. Sufficient knowledge of urban design and applied planning techniques The ability to perceive and understand the relationships between people and buildings, between buildings and their surroundings, as well as the need to link buildings to the spaces around them, depending on requirements and human scale. The ability to understand the architect's profession and its function in society, particularly in terms of becoming involved in projects which take social factors into account Knowledge of research methods and construction project preparation. Knowledge of the potential problems in structural design, construction, and engineering involved in construction projects Sufficient knowledge of physical problems and various technological tools, as well as the different functions of different buildings, and the ways they are endowed with internal structures or features which provide comfort and protection from climate related factors. Ability to plan in order to satisfy the demands of the building’s users in a way that respects the limits imposed by planning budgets and building regulations Sufficient knowledge of the industries, organisations, regulations and procedures relevant to launching construction projects, and incorporating designs into project planning Academic accreditation Graduate of the UIC Architecture programme Curriculum: Academic Structure Introduction (60 ECTS) Basic sciences Drawing Introduction to architecture Technical aspects (68 ECTS) Construction Structures Facilities Projects (112 ECTS) Composition Projects Urban planning ESARQ curriculum (60 ECTS) English Thought and ethics ESARQ architecture Electives ESARQ external work experience Work placement ESARQ-UIC currently has various work placement agreements with a large number of professional practices and companies in the construction sector, at home and abroad, willing to take on students. Before starting a work placement, it is essential to check that the university and the practice or construction-related company has signed a “Work Placement Agreement”. Objectives The objective of these work placements is to apply the theoretical concepts learnt in the Degree in Architecture course and to initiate the student into the real professional world, an experience which will help when it comes to entering the job market in the future. Operation ESARQ-UIC includes the compulsory subject of work placement in its Degree in Architecture course as part of the study plan for the fifth grade. Work placement in professional practices or in companies related to the construction sector is worth six ECTs (equivalent to 180 hours of work). Given the level of practical content in the Degree in Architecture course, the work placement period is particularly important as this is when students are faced with their first professional experiences. Work placements represent a further educational tool in terms of knowledge and skills and they are undertaken in agreement with the office or the company under the supervision of the university and a representative of the office or company. These work placements are linked to all the degree subjects as all of them are necessary in a professional practice. Depending on the field of work chosen by the student, some will be more relevant than others. Professional opportunities Architecture Construction Urban planning Landscape design Environment Design Project design Construction management Drawing and drafting Calculating structures and facilities Expert appraisal Property promotion and management City council and public administration Teaching [-]

Bachelor and Integrated Master - Architecture

Spiru Haret University
Campus Full time 6 years October 2017 Romania Bucharest

Architectural design I, Architectural design II, Study of form and composition I, Study of form [+]

Curriculum 1st year A. Compulsory Subjects - Architectural design I - Architectural design II - Study of form and composition I - Study of form and composition II - Mathematics I - Mechanics and Materials Strength Engineering I - Construction and finishings I - Construction and finishings II - Architecture Theory and Building Programmes I - Architecture Theory and Building Programmes II - Universal History of Arts and Architecture I - Descriptive Geometry I - Perspective I - Computer aided architectural design I - Computer aided architectural design II - Modern languages (practical course) - Modern languages (practical course) - Physical Education and Sports - Practical Training B. Optional Subjects - Architectural drawing (practical course) I - Educational psychology 2nd year A. Compulsory Subjects - Architectural design III - Architectural design IV - Study of form and composition III - Study of form and composition IV - Architecture Theory and Building Programmes III - Universal History of Architecture and Arts I - Universal History of Architecture and Arts II - Descriptive Geometry II - Perspectives II - Computer aided architectural design III - Computer aided architectural design IV - Architectural Structures Theory - Mechanicas and Materials Strength Engineering II - Constructions and Building Technologies I - Finishings and Finishings Technology (Interior Finishings) - Urban Planning and Infrastructures - Modern languages (practical course) III - Modern languages (practical course) IV - Physical Education and Sports - Practical Training B.Optional Subjects - Architectural drawing (practical course) II 3rd year A. Compulsory Subjects - Architectural design V - Architectural design VI - Study of form and composition V - Study of form and composition VI - Architecture Theory and Building Programmes V - Universal History of Architecture and Arts IV - Universal History of Architecture and Arts V - Computer aided architectural design V - Urban planning and territorial development II - Finishings and Finishings Technology (Exterior Finishes) - Wood and Metal Structures I - Wood and Metal Structures II - Reinforced Concrete Structures I - Built patrimony - Constructions and Building Technologies II (Notions of Hygrothermics) - Building equipment and Public Utilities I - Architecture and sustainable development - Principles and technologies Specialty projects - Urban planning - Practical Training 4th year A. Compulsory Subjects - Architectural Synthese I - Architectural Synthese II - Computer aided architectural design VII - Reinforced Concrete Structures II - Design I - Interior design - Contemporary technologies in architecture I - Urban structure and Composition - Universal History of Arts and Architecture VI - Universal History of Arts and Architecture VII - Aesthetics and architecture in the European cultural space - Building Restoration I - Specialty projects - Urban planning - Technical details - Practical Training B. Elective subjects B1. - Interior design - Environmental design B2. - Anthropology of the architectural space - Urban Sociology I - Art and architecture - Representations of architecture in arts - Modern architecture in historical spaces - Contemporary technologies in architecture II - Vernacultar architecture and sustainable tourism - Design II - Urban furniture - Computer aided architectural Design VII - Building equipments and edilitary works II - Territorial planning and regional development C. Optional Subjects 5th year A. Compulsory Subjects - Architectural synthesis III - Architectural synthesis IV - Building Restoration II - Building Restoration III - Urban form and urban phenomenon - Management in architecture - Special Structures Design - Theories and schools in architecture and urban planning (20th century) - Stage architecture and design - Building Physics I - Strategies of patrimony rehabilitation - Specialty projects - Urban planning - Restoration - Practical Training B. Elective Subjects B1. Elective projects (1) - Scenography - Urban landscaping B2. Elective Courses (3) - Ecology and landscape planning - Urban sociology II - Building Physics II - Styles in art and architecture - Visual communication - Architectural space semiotics - Aesthetics - Lighting and urban physics - Computer aided architectural design VIII - Graphics an architecrural photography - Centre and periphery in urban structures - Architecture of vaulted spaces in byzantine-balkan environment C. Optional Subjects 6th year A. Design Practicum - Architectural professional practice (6 hours per day x 5 days) 10 weeks B. Compulsory Subjects - Architectural synthesis - Special structures design II - Seismic risk and protection of the built patrimomy - The architectural design heauristics - Legislation in architecture and constructions - Dissertation - Pre-diploma - Dissertation project - Consultancy urbanism-structures-installations C. Elective courses sem. 1 (2 out of 4) - Marketing in architecture - Building in difficult locations - Architecture poetics - Philosophy of culture, art and architecture [-]