The Architecture Program provides students with a comprehensive set of skills to prepare them for a career in architecture. The architecture design studio is the central core of the curriculum. This is supported by the four thematic areas: architectural history and theory, architectural technology (construction, structures, and environment), architectural communication (skills and techniques), and architectural management and practice. Electives are also included in the course of study to ensure that students receive a well-rounded academic base that will enhance both their personal and professional development. The program prepares graduates to continue their studies if they wish to pursue an academic career, and/or prepares them for a labor market orientation. The program was developed by working closely with the professional associations of Cyprus, so graduates are prepared to work in the local industry if they so choose. The program has been designed in accordance with the eleven points of the European Commission’s Architects Directive for the transformation of higher education in Europe initiated by the Bologna declaration; at the same time, it acknowledges the importance of constructing a unique identity and catering to diversity in architectural education as influenced by local conditions (culture, climate, local market, and needs, etc.).
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High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) or equivalent internationally recognized qualification(s). Students with a lower HSLC grade than 7.5/10 or 15/20 or equivalent depending on the grading system of the country issuing the HSLC are provided with extra academic guidance and monitoring during the first year of their studies.
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- On Campus Learning