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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.
Application and requirements
To apply for the masters Computation in Architecture, you must have a prior university or college undergraduate degree in architecture and submit an application. Qualified applicants might be invited for a skype interview.
CITA does not have and cannot recommend any specific sources for funding. Financial aid (covering tuition and/or living expenses) may be available from the home country of the applicant. It is the applicant’s responsibility to locate financial aid, if required. We encourage people to start researching these possibilities on an individual basis as opportunities and processing speeds vary greatly from country to country.
March 1st 2019
We will notify individuals of their acceptance into the programme at the end of the admissions process.
We may decide that there are more qualified applicants than places available. In that case, some applicants may be placed on a waiting list.
1st September 2019