polutexneio redMArch Architecture and Urban Design

Why choose the MArch Architecture & Urban Design?

  Metropolitan College is the first and only Higher Educational institution in Greece that acquires accreditation from the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA).
  The MArch Architecture & Urban Design is a franchise programme with Oxford Brookes University, one of the world leading Schools of Architecture that have established an international reputation for the quality for its role in defining the national and international agenda in design education and research.
   The aspiration of the programme of study, as part of an emerging, independent School of Architecture, is the development of a dynamic cosmopolitan environment where current issues and challenges posed by contemporary society, inform design development and philosophical debate for a globalized world and a sustainable future.
  Programme graduates are eligible to apply for the prescribed examination towards registration with the Architects Registration Board (ΑRB).
  The largest investment in state-of-the-art specialised laboratories: Wood, Metal, Plastic Processing, Small Scale, Large Scale 1:1, Plaster Mouldings, Architectural Design Laboratory, etc.
  Educational visits for simulation of the work environment, on sites and settlements for the purpose of undertaking an architectural project.
  Projects with real building materials and respective construction procedures on a 1:1 scale, not on a model.
  Year Show where students’ works are exhibited to the general public and the media at the end of each academic year.
  Click here to have a look at the Anniversary Book, an annual edition that includes some of the most impressive projects made by Metropolitan College's Architecture students.


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