The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture is named as one of the best schools of architecture in the world

Date
03.06.2014
Category
Research and Innovation

The honour was awarded by the British online magazine, Spear's Wealth Management Survey, which says the following about the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture:

"With vast international links, rich history and extensive studio-based work, the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts is renowned for its architecture programmes. Five Master programmes, taught in English, cover architectural design and restoration, industrial, graphic and furniture design, and urban and landscape planning. Students are given endless opportunities to showcase their work and can take advantage of the extensive library, which has two kilometers of books and journals."

Other schools named include the Southern California Institute of Architecture, Los Angeles and the School of Architecture, Royal College of Art, London.

Read more on  Spears' website here.