|Study location||Germany, Heidelberg|
|Nominal duration||18 months (90 ECTS)|
|Awards||M.A. (Master of Arts in Architecture - Design for the Built Environment)|
|Tuition fee||€8,280 per year|
|Registration fee||€1,000 one-time
Registration Fee is non-refundable
Undergraduate degree (Bachelor's degree or higher)
A Bachelor Degree in Architecture (210 CP) is required with Numerus Clausus of 2.5 (according to German grading system).
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English / German.
In many cases your previous school or university is able to provide you with a suitable version of your transcripts. If your previous school or university is unable to do so, please be aware that you will have to have your documents officially translated along with verified copies of the original.
Dear Applicant, Please be sure to bring your original entry qualification and other supporting documents with you when arriving on the SRH campus.
Please be sure to bring your original entry qualification and other supporting documents with you when arriving on the SRH campus.
A relevant portfolio is required.
Architects face societal issues and tasks when it comes to building in context, as well as the history, identity, and future of architecture and the city. Why not pursue this in Heidelberg and throughout Europe?
- Architectural Theory
- Design and Building Construction I
- Design and Building Construction II
- Urban Analysis and Representation
- Analysis of the Existing Fabric
- Design in Existing Fabric
- Building Construction in Existing Fabric
- Master’s thesis
Having completed the Master’s degree in Architecture-Design for the Built Environment, you will be perfectly equipped for an increasingly global and international world. Your English and intercultural skills will enable you to collaborate with people from other cultures, jointly leveraging this potential. Working in an architecture firm at home or abroad, you will be able to make a direct contribution to the wide-ranging debate on important social challenges, such as dealing with existing architecture and urban structures or creating tomorrow’s people-friendly and climate-friendly cities.