Below you will find the partner universities in Germany with whom BK has agreements for exchange. The information about the available courses is given by the partners. Always check on the website of the partner if the information is still up-to-date.
Students to these universities are eligible for the ERASMUS+ Grant. More information about grants can be found here.
For more information about study in Germany you can visit the website of Duitsland Instituut Amsterdam (DIA) as well.
The students enrolled in the Architecture Program are taught the skills they need to make major contributions to designing and planning our human living space, to create our future buildings for living, for working, and recreation, to invent indoor concepts, and construct quarters and districts or whole areas of settlement. Architects laying the foundations for optimum environmental quality, for living and working conditions that offer society all opportunities to develop must be trained and taught to realize the technical scope, the economic potentials and, most of all, the inventive options of designing a future world through scientifically based creative syntheses. In addition, they must be prepared comprehensively to react on the ever changing requirements of their future architectural profession. Such skills are ensured through education that emphasizes practice and research while activating teaching expertise and findings.
- Level: BSc+MSc
- Language of instruction: German + English
- Courses: A+U+BT (no guarantees, always check)
- Code: D BERLIN02
Language requirement German: At least German A2.2 level before application at host university and a B1 certificate must be provided at the latest at the semester start.
If you are interested in Health Care Architecture, the TU Berlin is the right exchange partner for you! Of course Das Institut für Architektur (IfA) is a good partner for students in other fields as well, as the university offers a wide range of courses. Please visit their website for more information.
Please note you need to fulfil the German language requirements of TU Berling before you apply to Berlin! It is highly recommended to take part in the German B1 pre-semester intensive course.