For any questions regarding the content of the programme, please contact Head of Programme, Paul Nicholas. 

For general queries about admission, please scroll down to find further information. 

What we look for 

The masters 'Computation in Architecture' is focused on the broad potential of design and technology. We ensure that the masters has a wide selection of participants and we welcome applicants from all over the world. We accept national and EU students with a bachelor in architecture and international students with a bachelor in architecture and any further masters. We encourage interdisciplinary backgrounds. Each year we aim to build a diverse group of up to 20 participants. 

You should be curious and creative; a team-player; and enthusiastic about design and working in a cross-disciplinary environment. Whether you’re currently studying or working, you should be interested in the connections between architectural design, computation and new material practices.

If you are interested in applying, please make sure you are signed up to our mailing list - see below. This list is also where we announce up news and coming events, including the CITA sessions lecture series, summer schools, exhibitions and open studios where you will have the opportunity to meet faculty and current students.

Before filling in the online KADK application form, please make sure you carefully read the information on the admissions page. If you can’t find what you are looking for then please email Head of Programme