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This master's degree will provide you with excellent training in design for architectural projects, under the guidance of professionals of recognised international prestige.
The master's degree is a stage for deepening critical, theoretical and project-based thinking in architecture. The generation of debates and questioning about the profession leads to the development of a greater analytical and apprehensive capacity about the different factors that influence the construction of the global architectural base.
This master's degree is the perfect parenthesis to take a perspective on architecture and define the position we want to take in it. The theoretical courses lay the foundations for instructions ; the project courses reveal different approaches to the same project. At final, a period in which both classmates and an excellent academic staff invite a reflective attitude in an atmosphere brimming with architecture.
The master's degree has helped me to reflect on the discipline in both the theoretical and the design spheres and to be able to link both aspects to improve the quality of my projects. It has broadened my knowledge of theory, criticism and architectural references. In addition, the exercises in design architectural have developed a more demanding level in terms of theoretical and conceptual support for my proposals, generating a greater amount of resources in both theory and design.
Juan Manuel Balsa
Finishing the Master's Degree is not the end of a stage but the impulse to undertake a long journey as an architect, with work, affection and respect for the profession. I am very grateful for everything that the master's degree has given me: learning, courage at work, very deep friendships and unforgettable experiences such as travel. Coming to Pamplona and to Master's Degree is one of the most enriching experiences of my life. Returning to my country is a new challenge, assimilating everything I have learned in order to undertake a better architectural practice, understanding a social, intellectual, cultural and ethical responsibility.
Augusto Valentino Hernández Cervantes