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What is the programme all about?
The Master of Architecture programme explores the subject from a research-by-design and design-by-research perspective. The programme combines an academic approach with a creative experimental approach, and you will be fully prepared for the multicultural and international context of your chosen career.
This Master's programme consists of a minimum of four semesters, and is organised at faculty's campuses in Ghent and in Brussels.
Based on a highly interdisciplinary learning process of integrated research and ‘research by design’, students are expected to determine a critical stance on current issues with emphasis on facilitating, making and imagining, leading to relevant spatial interventions.
The learning environment is constructed out of four ENGAGEMENTS: Urban Cultures, Craftsmanship, Mediating Tactics and Legacies.
Based on four programmes, students, faculty staff and alumni can join on-site traineeship and internship programmes, conduct on-site research, and join local academic or professional events.
This programme opens the doors to a network of cooperative associations with professionals and universities worldwide and strives to leverage this international network for students' benefit. Other benefits are:
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