Universities and colleges set their own admission requirements for higher education courses, so they vary broadly. Depending on the course, students may be able to get into higher education with a range of qualifications. If you're applying to do a course, you may find that work experience is taken into consideration alongside any qualifications you have. Some higher education institutes and colleges offer courses as preparation for a certain type of degrees. They usually don't result in separate criteria as they simply qualify you to enter the degree program itself. Courses can be taught in a broad selection of fields of study.
Architecture is the process of designing and planning a space or building according to a set of aesthetic, social and environmental guidelines. Because of this, architecture is often divided into categories depending on the overarching style.
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You will learn the most advanced aspects of this world-renowned modeling tool. [+]
You will learn the most advanced aspects of this world-renowned modeling tool.Agenda Level 2
Rhinoceros 3DCurves (Advanced drawing with NURBS) Advanced curve editing NURBS structures and curves from objects Analysis of curves and surfaces Advanced tangencies and continuities Resolution of complex intersections Decomposition of objects on base surfaces Efficient architectural modeling
V-RayIntroduction to rendering V-Ray interface V-Ray materials Outdoor lighting Interior lighting Rendering Engine (Understanding its operation) Basic postproduction
GrasshopperSoftware installation Interface Introduction to programming logic Tools in Grasshopper Data flow management (Lists of Elements, Trees) Parametric Drawings Panelization of surfaces Parameterization of meshes ... [-]
You will learn the most basic aspects of this world-renowned modeling tool. [+]
You will learn the most basic aspects of this world-renowned modeling tool.Level 1 agenda
Rhinoceros 3DInterface Efficient interaction with the program NURBS basic theory and Rhinoceros 3D software logic Curves Level 1 Curves Edition Basic surfaces Level 1 Editing of basic surfaces Volumes Level 1 Boolean operations Volumetric composition from surfaces Architectural modeling Rhinoceros 3D workflow for efficiency in architectural modeling
V-RayIntroduction to rendering V-Ray interface Introduction to materials Introduction to lighting Architectural basic lighting Basic theory of the image for printing
PRECONDITIONSNo prior knowledge of any software is necessary. Laptop Rhinoceros + V-Ray installed Description and Objectives of the Course ... [-]
Extraordinary Course: Regeneration and Urban Design, On-Line. [+]
Extraordinary Course: Regeneration and Urban Design, On-Line.
Custom time and duration. 20 hours. 2 Credits. Cost: 90 € Ordinary Registration. 60 € University students.
Matriculation in University of Salamanca.
Certificate: Every two months will be issued an Official Diploma issued by the University of Salamanca.Program Introduction to Urban Regeneration. Regulatory Aspects on Urban Regeneration. Case Study of Urban Regeneration. Perception and Urban Design. [-]
The Built Environment and its associated professions are largely focussed on project management, logistics, and quality assurance. [+]
The Built Environment and its associated professions are largely focussed on project management, logistics, and quality assurance. Anything that you have to do that has a clear starting and completion point is Project Management. True professionals in the public and private sectors simply have to know how to practice as Project Management professionals. This Course includes: what project management is all about, the five dimensions of a project, the project life-cycle, who is involved in a project and the project plan.Course Details
5th & 12th July
Part Time Face to Face Learning:
2 x full days
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Scale models are used primarily for promotional purposes to 'sell' a structure or proposed development. [+]
Scale models are used primarily for promotional purposes to 'sell' a structure or proposed development. The skill required to visualize and manufacture such models is an art mastered by few. This course includes; understanding scale, the various types of architectural models, tools, equipment and materials needed, how to use them, and finally building methods and provides the basics for an individual who would like to specialize in this area.Course Details
17th September 2018
Part Time Face to Face Learning:
4 x 1h45 sessions, 4 days a week for 2 weeks
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This course will give you a good introduction to the built environment. Skills taught include the following: an introduction to technical drawings, such as layout and orthographic projection, and an understanding of construction methods. [+]
This course will give you a good introduction to the built environment. Skills taught include the following: an introduction to technical drawings, such as layout and orthographic projection, and an understanding of construction methods. Properties and characteristics of materials frequently used within the built environment, national building regulations, and basic design concept development methods and application. Project management skills such as task management, client management, milestone tracking and contingency planning. As well as visual Representation Techniques using 2 and 3-dimensional methods. Lastly, the course will address communication with team members using project plans or specifications.... [-]
The Garden Design - Level 3 Course can help students to learn the principles of design in horticulture, and gain an excellent knowledge and experience of using plants and garden features. This home study course is designed in easy to follow units, with set exercises and assignments along the way to ensure you understand the areas covered. [+]
The Garden Design - Level 3 Course can help students to learn the principles of design in horticulture, and gain an excellent knowledge and experience of using plants and garden features.
This home study course is designed in easy to follow units, with set exercises and assignments along the way to ensure you understand the areas covered.
Students will have access to an experienced personal tutor by email who holds a degree in Botany (BSc Hons).
The course covers the following units:Unit One - Garden Design & You Unit Two - What Good Design Achieves Unit Three - Starting to Design Unit Four - The Importance of Soils & Sites Unit Five - Starting Real Design Work Unit Six - Planning Unit Seven - Designing for Interest Unit Eight - Water in the Garden Unit Nine - Children & Pets Unit Ten - Gardening for Users with Disabilities, the Elderly and Garden Safety Unit Eleven - Upkeep & Maintenance Unit Twelve - Structures in the Garden Unit Thirteen - Marketing Your Garden Design Business Unit Fourteen - Tricks of the Trade ... [-]
ICI gives you the opportunity to learn from successful landscaping professionals so you can acquire the skills you need to build your own career in the landscaping industry. Our course can be completed quickly and easily because we made all efforts to produce concise yet comprehensive modules. [+]
ICI gives you the opportunity to learn from successful landscaping professionals so you can acquire the skills you need to build your own career in the landscaping industry. Our course can be completed quickly and easily because we made all efforts to produce concise yet comprehensive modules.Course Outline Landscape Design Landscape Planning Maintenance Cost Estimating Visual Analysis StreetScape Planting Design Visual Analysis Irrigation Monuments Exterior Lighting Urban Forestry Erosion Control Interior Planting Career Prospects
Our graduates can demonstrate the skills desired by employers so they enjoy do not only gain acceptance in the industry but also become preferred landscaping services providers. Aside from getting paid well, they can derive personal satisfaction in green spaces.... [-]
Discover how cities develop their own unique cultures and explore key concepts related to cultural heritage. [+]
Cultural heritage is usually discussed in national or religious terms: we speak of Italian culture, Greek civilization, Islamic art, and so on. But today cities are creating their own heritage through museums, galleries, markets of artistic goods, and urban networks. Cities project themselves as cultural hubs representing and connecting entire regions, for example, Doha and the UAE, Singapore and Southeast Asia, Los Angeles and North America.
Using these and other examples, through this course you’ll explore exactly what is meant by urban cultural heritage and key concepts related to it.What topics will you cover?
Cultural Heritage in an Urbanising WorldWhat is cultural heritage? Cultural heritage policies Cities and their heritage ... [-]
Who runs your city? What makes your city liveable? Using stories from cities around the world, this course will introduce you to the importance of ethics in civic leadership, planning, and business, and citizen engagement. [+]
Who runs your city? What makes your city liveable? Using stories from cities around the world, this course will introduce you to the importance of ethics in civic leadership, planning, and business, and citizen engagement. Explore the problems that cities face, and understand the concept of an ‘ethical’ city On the course you’ll look in depth at the challenges facing cities - considering your own city, or the one nearest you. We’ll ask you to share your stories so you can connect with other learners and compare your experiences in order to recognize and understand the problems cities face. You will explore the power of various entities in your city and examine how they help solve or exacerbate local problems. You will delve into the notion of the ethical city and how it adds value to professionals and citizens - especially in terms of how it may help to improve the quality of urban life. In doing this you will also get a sense of the broader context of issues like social justice, corporate responsibility and ethical practice at the city level. Get practical insights into sustaining an ethical city Through the course we’ll introduce a range of new ideas, tools and techniques (including practical examples, video stories, expert interviews and other resources) to inspire you to:... [-]
Climate change, technology, and regulation are changing modern building design, and the professional practices of the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industry.[+]
Climate change, technology, and regulation are changing modern building design, and the professional practices of the architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) industry. This online course explores these trends, highlighting how higher education and the construction sector can address them. It’s been developed by the University of Bath’s highly rated Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering and draws on its new, interdisciplinary MSc programme in Modern Building Design.What topics will you cover? The links between Higher Education and the Modern Building Design industry The emerging role of the design manager The importance of information modeling for enhanced design New sustainable construction materials and techniques Water-sensitive design for increased resilience Buildings and their impact on health and wellbeing What will you achieve? Develop an awareness of the various aspects that influence modern building design in current times Identify the various areas where professionals within AEC can work (from the traditional office and site positions to lab-based ones) Describe how design management, digital modeling, nanotechnology, resilience, wellbeing, and sustainability are driving the AEC curriculum Discuss the need for increased integration between HE and practice as the way forward to the formation of AEC professionals Who is the course for? ... [-]
You may have acquired some excellent abilities so far in design and planning, but do you possess the skills to enable your ideas to take form and say something about the environment you live in, about yourself? The Business of Architecture Program has been created to serve as a bridge between design and the real world, design table and built form. [+]
“Architecture is the science that permits the man to reveal his own integrity in built form, and an architect’s highest responsibility is, first of all, to become whole as an individual in order to best carry out this mission, and then be of service to the world that he has created around himself. The Business of Architecture is putting integrity into form.”
Founder and President Elio D’Anna
Education today seems to be the antithesis to the classical models laid out by the ancient Greeks in which schools the pupil were encouraged to question, to participate, and before all else - to know themselves. The European School of Economics believes that the world one lives in is none other than a reflection of the inner states he lives, and that the more one knows and therefore masters himself, the more he can create a world that is pleasing for himself and others. All courses at the European School of Economics are centered around the individual as their most vital element.The world is a mere reflection of the world we live and dream internally. An individual whose aim is order and beauty cannot help but manifest this integrity in the external world. A man who loves himself and so, the world around him cannot help but create, emanate and instill order wherever he goes.... [-]
This course prepares candidates who already have recognized RIBA Part 2 qualifications in Architecture with adequate professional experience in preparing for their Part 3 Professional Examination. [+]
This popular and highly renowned course has been running for over thirty years. The course offers a rigorous and ethical professional practice course designed to be compatible with a range of business models and scales architects’ offices.
The course consists of a series of 18 evening lectures held weekly starting at 6.30 pm on Wednesdays. During the course, students are tutored on a one to one basis in the preparation of their 10,000 word Case Study, their 2,000-word Career Evaluation and their PEDR (the professional experience development record), monitored by the part 3 course director.
The part 3 course is validated by the RIBA, and prescribed by the Architects Registration Board. Appropriately qualified candidates who pass the part 3 Professional Practice Examination (and have a minimum of two years eligible professional experience) are eligible to apply to the Architects Registration Board to register as architects and join the Royal Institute of British Architects as a chartered member.... [-]
This course delivers the skillset in linear or structural modeling that is required to solve structural problems from which you can develop finite element (FE) models for practical applications. It also teaches how results can be correctly interpreted. [+]
This course delivers the skillset in linear or structural modeling that is required to solve structural problems from which you can develop finite element (FE) models for practical applications. It also teaches how results can be correctly interpreted. The course uses an open source FE package in a series of weekly practical sessions where models are constructed for sample problems and results are validated against simplified analytical models or open literature.
The majority of professionals in many branches of mechanical engineering will benefit from adding FEM to their skills array. The ability to develop modeling skills under supervision in a non-critical environment means that skills and techniques can be acquired in a logical, progressive manner.... [-]
Rationale of the Training Course - Eco-Cities: Policies for Sustainable Energy: Half the world’s population now live in built-up areas, with an estimated 60 million people being added every year. [+]
Rationale of the Training Course - Eco-Cities: Policies for Sustainable Energy
Half the world’s population now live in built-up areas, with an estimated 60 million people being added every year. This rapid urban growth leads to environmental degradation and excessive demands on services and infrastructure. Energy consumption has increased drastically. To address this it is necessary to develop sustainable urban energy policies and best practices in efficient land use, transport, sustainable buildings and sustainable development overall.
•Theme 1: Concepts and strategic systemic approaches to sustainable urbanization
•Theme 2: Eco-restoration in Korea: planning, techniques and experiences... [-]