Our master programmes in architecture train you to work professionally as an architect and in the fields of research, artistic development and practice.
KADK offers a range of two-year master programmes taught in English and Danish, each with their own focus areas. The objective of the programmes is to educate graduates who can make a professional contribution to the development of architecture.
On our master programmes you will:
- gain knowledge and professional insight into working on artistic and academic issues, as well as architecture’s theories, methods and forms of practice.
- acquire skills for working with artistic and academic methods and tools, mastering the subject’s analysis, dissemination and solution models.
- get equipped to start a professional career.
On successful completion of a master degree, you are awarded the title: Master of Arts (MA) in Architecture.
The programmes are accredited in Denmark, qualifying students to practice architecture in Denmark. They are recognised in the EU under the Professional Qualifications Directive (2005/36/EC) and are therefore recognised by all EU member countries.