Undergraduate Program in the Department of Architecture


Be a Bachelor in Architecture

“We shape our buildings; thereafter they shape us.” - Winston Churchill

The Architecture department exposes new students to the innovative, challenging and responsible thinking in architecture throughout the study of advanced architectural forms and construction techniques, imaginative design processes and contextual explorations.



The three-year undergraduate program in Architecture carries 180 ETCS credits and leads to the diploma of Bachelor of Science in Architecture. The curriculum includes design studio, architectural visualization, fundamentals of structure and technology, urban design, as well as history and theory of architecture.

The program offers learning opportunities across a broad spectrum of interests and through wide variety of educative methods and environments ranging from traditional ex-cathedra lectures to practical problem solving and one-on-one consultations. Guest lectures, jury critics and on-site visits expose students to current professional practice as well.

The graduate students will be able to pursue their professional and further academic careers in the field of architecture, interior design, urban planning, urban design, history of architecture and architectural management.

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Intense exploration of the creative process

We enjoy challenging approaches to design theories and new technologies that direct the future of our field.
Architecture should speak of its time and place, but yearn for timelessness.