|Study location||Poland, Gliwice|
|Nominal duration||1,5 years/ 3 semesters (90 ECTS)|
|Tuition fee||€2,200.00 per semester
Tuition fee (2200€) for 1st semester (1300€) for each subsequent semester
ATTENTION: If you are an EU citizen who wants to study under the same regulations as Polish citizen (for free, but based on grades ranking) then you need to apply via the SOREK system. To go to SOREK please click -> HERE
|Application fee||€35.00 one-time
or 160.00 PLN
Undergraduate diploma (or higher) with transcript of records
Applicants for admission to the second-degree studies in the English language:
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English / Polish.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
You must take the original entry qualification documents along with you when you finally go to the university.
An international certificate of at least B2 language level according to the European System of Language Description. Documents confirming the knowledge of the language are also certificates, diplomas or other documents confirming the completion of a post-primary school abroad, in which classes in English were conducted.
A relevant portfolio is required.
Portfolio in A3 format, in a horizontal layout, in a soft binding, stapled permanently along the short side, should contain: title page with candidate data: name(s), surname and three legibly separated thematic parts.
All documents submitted by applicants who apply for studies taught in English (secondary school-leaving certificate, matriculation exam certificate, identity document) issued in a language other than English or Polish should be translated by a sworn translator into English or Polish, confirmed (legalized) by authorized units, stamped with an apostille,
The graduale possesses knowledge and skills within the following scope: architectural design, city planning and conservationist design as well as spatial planning: history and theory of architecture, theory of city planning, chosen elements of fine arts, technical sciences connected with the field of study and humanities. The graduale understands the role of the architectural profession in society, as well as its effect on the quality of the environment. The graduale is prepared: to undertake creative activities within the scope of architectural and cityplanning design: to obtain the Professional licenses required by law: to fulfil independent roles in building projects: to design and manager construction work, especially architectural work: to coordinate work in groups featuring a variety of professions: to conduct project management of architectural and city planning offices: to independently manage a business entity and pursuere serach work. The graduale is prepared for work in: architecture and city planning design offices, administrative offices of state and local authorities, scientific research Institutes and research and development centres, as well as entities chich pro vide consultation services. The is prepared to pursue doctoral studies (third degree).
Architecture Design – Mixed-Use Public Complexes
Module A/1: Typological Design
Module B/1: Conceptual Design
Architectural Design – Industry
Module A/1: Designing in Cultural Context
Module B/1: Buildings Conservation and Adaptation
Urban Design Modules
Module A/1: Urban Regeneration. Transformation of Degraded Urban Areas
Module B/1: Urban Regeneration. New Development In Degraded Urban Areas
New Technologies and Design Methods in Architecture
Master’s Design Thesis in Architecture
COURSES IN GENERAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS
Methodology of Scientific Work
Practicing an Occupation as Architect
OPTIONAL AND FACULTATIVE SUBJECTS/COURSES
Polish modern architecture versus Silesian school of architecture
Architecture of sports objects
History of spatial planning
Interdisciplinary research in ergonomics
Pre-design studies of urban space
Residential areas – history, trends, contemporary challenges
Form of indwelling in the cultural and social context
Health Care Objects Design