Master's degree programmes
Following your Bachelor's degree, you can transfer to a Master's programme in which you can expand your knowledge and skills further. In the Master's degree programme you will specialise further in a particular area of the discipline. You will develop into a professional who is able to work independently and who possesses knowledge of the latest developments in the field of architecture and the built environment. The Master's degree programmes are in English.
The Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment offers the Master's degree programmes Architecture, Urbanism and Building Sciences and Geomatics. The faculty also offers the interuniversity Master's degree programme Geographical Information Management and Applications (GIMA) and the specialisation 'Research & Designing' within the interfaculty Master’s programme Science, Education and Communication.
Architecture, Urbanism and Building Sciences
The Master's programme in Architecture, Urbanism and Building Sciences has five tracks:
European Post-master in Urbanism (EMU)
Geographical Information Management and Applications (GIMA)
Metropolitan Analysis, Design and Engineering
Science, Education and Communication
Specialisation 'Research & Designing'