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Architecture week, inside an inflated air dome. | picture: bru:tecture | 2017

Islands of Brussels: Workshop bachelors | picture: Bruce Forton | 2018

Architecture week, workshop | picture: bru:tecture | 2018

Education

Our vision on architecture education

At the Department of Architectural Engineering, we are the architectural engineers of tomorrow: creative, critical and technically trained designers who can operate in the fascinating but challenging construction sector.

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Bachelor

The three-year bachelor's programme develops basic knowledge, skills and a conscious attitude among our students. Fundamental sciences, together with the theory and history of architecture, form the instruments of the future architectural engineer. 

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Master

In collaboration with the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), the department of Architectural Engineering offers a two-year international master's programme. The master's programme prepares students for a wide range of job opportunities.

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Master thesis

The master thesis is the final part of the programme. Typical is the original and creative bringing together of knowledge and experiences in order to arrive at new knowledge and solutions. Each student chooses his own subject.

More information about master thesis.

 

Studying abroad

As an architectural engineering student you can give your programme an international touch and study abroad for a few semesters. You can also do an internship in a foreign company, organisation or academic institution through the Erasmus+ programme.

More information about internationalisation.

 

And there is more

Come and visit us at one of our infodays, or take a look at our yearbook. Students and researchers will take you along the many activities that give VUB Architectural Engineering its unique atmosphere: the design studios, research workshops and projects, the architecture trip, but also lectures, open days, the architecture week and ciné:atelier.

Take a look at the yearbook.

 

Do you have any questions? That's the way it should be. You can read dozens of brochures. Click through hundreds of web pages. Hours of palavering with friends. But at which university it is best to start your higher studies, you only discover by keeping yourself well informed. Feel free to send your questions to the lecturers and staff of our study programme.

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