Admission requirements

Minimum admission requirements for the Master degree programme:

According to the Code of Conduct regarding International Students, international students seeking admittance to an English-taught Masters programme must be able to prove that their command of the English language is at least equal to a score of 6.0 of the IELTS Test.

The following qualify as proof of admission for enrolment in a Master’s programme:
A. an academic or higher professional education Bachelor’s degree in architecture; or
B. possession of knowledge, insight and skills at the level of an academic or higher professional education Bachelor’s degree in this field (Section 7.30(b) of the WHW).

Admission to the study programme is subject to the following qualitative admission requirements.
• CV
• Portfolio
• Motivation letter
• Admission interview

Applicants are required to:

Work a minimum of 20 hours a week in a relevant practice (Architect’s firm or related). The Academy offers alternative practice studio’s for students who are temporarily unable to find a regular job. In these alternative practice studio’s students will work on assignments by real stakeholders and will be supervised by practitioners. There is usually no remuneration for participating students.