Much more than a Degree
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The approach of Degree will involve you in your own training through project-based teaching, many of them real thanks to the collaboration with companies or institutions.
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The School is committed to the vertical workshop, where students from different courses will work as a team on development projects, combining leadership and responsibility.
Through integrated projects, interdisciplinary education and cross-curricular training are promoted, while facilitating the integration of knowledge from different subjects. In addition, this methodology fosters leadership skills and teamwork.
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The specialisations are ways for students to focus their training and skills on a more specific career path.
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You will have to fill in, necessarily, one of the specialisations. Throughout the development of Degree, you will take a total of 66 ECTS credit related to your chosen specialisation:
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9 ECTS CREDIT
of Module 2
It introduces you to the integration of the technical aspects of your oriented project .
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15 ECTS CREDIT
of Module 3
Projects oriented to one of the three mentions are developed. The orientation only affects the statement or topic of project, thus ensuring that all students - regardless of the chosen specialisation - acquire all the specific competences of the common subjects.
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36 ECTS CREDIT
of Module 4
36 electives are chosen ECTS credit related to the chosen specialisation.
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6 ECTS CREDIT
of Module 5
Final Project Degree
Original academic work carried out individually related to any of the disciplines studied, which can be oriented towards the chosen specialisation.
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If there is one sector that has undergone an intense process of internationalisation, it is architecture. For this reason, the School's students are increasingly aware that their future depends on being prepared to work in a global world.
Part of the teaching is offered in English, which takes place both at the School's headquarters and in international destinations of architectural interest. The Degree has an international websiteacademic staff and exchanges are planned with prestigious university centres abroad, as well as an offer of internships in othercountries and complementary activities in other languages (seminars, conferences, visiting scholars, international seminars, etc.).