University of Technology
Technological sciences
Master's Programme
Mode of studies: 
full-time programme
3 semesters
Tuition fee: 
non EU/EFTA students 2000 EUR tuition fee per semester, EU/EFTA students no tuition fee
Degree awarded: 
Scholarships available: 
Based on merit
Application deadline: 
Tuesday, 30 November, 2021
Day of semester start: 
Tuesday, 1 February, 2022
Credits (ECTS): 
Admission requirements: 
Requirements: Architect Engineer, Portfolio, Minimum 210 ECTS. Each application is assessed individually on its merits. If in doubt, please contact the Admission Officer. e-mail: admission@pwr.edu.pl
»» Deadline for application: Non EU/EFTA students see: www.admission.pwr.edu.pl EU/EFTA; students see: www.rekrutacja.pwr.edu.pl
»»  English: Equivalent of minimum TOEFL IBT – 87 points or 6.5 points IELTS. List of accepted language certificates can be checked online.
»» Application fee: Non EU/EFTA students see: www.admission.pwr.edu.pl; EU/EFTA students see: www.rekrutacja.pwr.edu.pl 

Field of  Study: Architecture

The programme ends with a degree examination comprising an oral examination and a presentation of the diploma project. 20 ECTS credits are awarded to students
who successfully prepare for the degree examination and write their Master's thesis that includes a diploma project. The scope of subjects in the oral examination covers
four basic areas of the curriculum: theory of architecture, theory of urban planning, technology and the history of architecture and urban planning. The degree project consists
of a conceptual architectural design with elements of construction design or an urban planning design. After completion of the master's programme in Architecture
and Urban Planning students are awarded the Master's Degree in Architecture. Graduates of the programme are equipped with knowledge and skills that enable them to
enrol in the doctoral and specialised postgraduate programmes.

»Architectural Design (elective)
»Urban Design (elective)
»Conservation and Special Design (elective)
»Protection of Cultural Heritage (elective)
»Theory and History of Architecture
»Theory and History of Urban Planning (20c.–21c.)
»Structures in Contemporary Architecture
»Computer Aided Design BIM
»Foreign Languages (elective)
»An Introduction to Mathematical Modelling
»Architectural Design (elective, including Studios)
»Design Workshop – Integration of Design Processes
»Ecology (elective)
»Physics (acoustics)
»Humanities (elective)
»Sociology and environmental psychology (elective)
»Foreign Languages (elective)
»Metology of Scientific Work
»Structures in Contemporary Architecture
»Modern Technologies
»Professional Ethics and Law
»Diploma thesis
»Design workshops 2x (elective)
»Architecture and Urban Planning – Repertory
»Spatial planning
The study programme includes theoretical and practical aspects of the architectural profession in a balanced way, with an emphasis on the creativity and design independence
of graduates. Design courses are supplemented with specialisation courses related to modern construction and theory (theory of architecture and
town planning, heritage protection, philosophy, aesthetics) and computer courses (various types of modelling: BIM, 3D). Learning outcomes provide preparation
of graduates to: work in architectural and town planning offices, public administration units related to architecture and urban planning. Due to the broad, interdisciplinary
profile of education, the graduate may also undertake work related to conducting scientific research, and may also continue education at the Doctoral School. An
alumnus can work in a team, is aware of the social role of the architect profession and the humanistic aspects of engineering activities, knows a foreign language and
is aware of the need for self-education and professional development.