Build a complete degree- Masters in Architecture
The MSc in Architecture is designed to provide BSc in Architecture students the opportunity to further develop their skills and knowledge during another year of studeis and there after earn a Master degree.
Consisting of four semesters the MSc in Architecture’s last semester consists of the Diploma project and it also entails two semesters of practical work outside the university.
Upon completion of the MSc in Architecture, graduates will have produced nine projects and completed the Diploma work.
During the studio sessions, that are guided by a professor assisted with two architects, there will never be more than 24 students at one time.The MSc in Architecture’s studio sessions are compulsory.
For more information about Admission requirements for the Masters in Architecture at Università della Svizzera italiana, and to see if you qualify, fill out a Request Information form below.
The semester fees are CHF 4,000. For candidates resident in Switzerland, Lichtenstein and Campione d'Italia at the time of the final high school exam (maturità), the semester fee is CHF 2,000.
MSc in Architecture
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USI Università della Svizzera italiana is a member of the Swiss university system and the only Italian-speaking university in Switzerland. It is a multi-lingual university with courses taught in Italian and English and it has a strong international orientation. USI’s...
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