Courses are academic classes taught by qualified instructors that are intended to enhance participant’s knowledge of a given area or training in a particular discipline. Courses vary broadly in terms of length, size, content and duration.
Students interested in applied mathematics might choose to pursue architecture studies. Many classes teach individuals how to design cost-effective, visually eye-catching and structurally feasible homes and buildings by stressing engineering principles and problem-solving techniques.
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Prepare for entry into the second year of an undergraduate degree at Newcastle University. This course will enhance your knowledge of architectural design and theory, allowing you to progress directly into year two of an undergraduate degree upon successful completion. [+]
Prepare for entry into the second year of an undergraduate degree at Newcastle University.Why apply for the International Year One programme? university placement for all successful students a quality-assured university programme full university status
There are two course options available:International Year One (3 terms) – this is the standard option Extended International Year One (4 terms) – this features an additional term of English at the beginning for extra language support Where will it take me?
This course leads to the second year of the following undergraduate degrees at Newcastle University:
Architecture, planning and landscape:... [-]
An IES Internship in Hong Kong develops your professional skills, your ability to communicate across cultures, and provides substantive work experience to jumpstart your career in today’s competitive job market. [+]
Intern in a unique, bustling metropolis situated on the Pearl River Delta. Hong Kong is a blend of the natural—high peaks, harbors, and islands—and the architectural. As a former British colony and now a Special Administrative Region of China, Hong Kong is also a fusion of cultures, languages, and cuisines.Your Internship
An IES Internship in Hong Kong develops your professional skills, your ability to communicate across cultures, and provides substantive work experience to jumpstart your career in today’s competitive job market.
You’ll be guaranteed an unpaid placement at a local business or organization, where you’ll work for up to 40 hours a week. We will work with you to find the closest placement match between your professional and personal goals with what’s available in Hong Kong.... [-]
Course objective is to encourage critical thinking and creative and architectural design capabilities, using the Strategic Design as a tool. [+]
The Building and Public Works program, specializing in Architectural Techniques and leading to an Attestation d’Études Collégiales (AEC), is based on two fundamental subjects; construction which involves; building science, knowledge of materials and proper procedures required to achieve every element of a building, and drafting which constitutes the instrument by which the Architect or the Civil Engineer expresses his ideas to the client as well as to the contractor who must execute the work. In addition, the student is introduced to proper graphics language for each: the client and the contractor. [+]
The buildings and sites to be visited are an example of an efficient use of technology and energy saving. They are all part of the change in the architectural model that is contributing to improve the daily life of the citizens and the city services management. [+]
OBJECTIVES: To show the most important buildings of brazilian architecture [+]
Brazilian Architecture - Structural Analysis of Distinguished Buildings
OBJECTIVES:To show the most important buildings of brazilian architecture To show Brazilian Culture in the most diverse forms, stimulating the student to search for more knowledge about our culture To make a structural Analysis of the buildings that will be studied, understanding how the buildings were constructed. To provide a extra-class experience with the students, through a visit to the city of Brasilia. To demonstrate the beauty and the power of Brazilian architecture showing the richness of this part of Brazilian culture in the Region.
CONTENTSBrazilian History. History of Brazilian Architecture. The most important cities, great Brazilian Architects. The most important buildings in the Brazilian Architecture. Structural elements: columns, beams and slabs. Concrete. Pre-Stressed concrete. Special concretes. Brasília – Cathedral, National Congress Building “Palácio do Planalto” (Oscar Niemayer). Buildings Of Paulo Mendes da Rocha Oriented visit to Brasilia – the most important buildings. ... [-]
This exciting and challenging course offers the opportunity to develop a creative and dynamic understanding of the potential of three-dimensional interior space. The course focuses on observing [+]
BA (Hons) Semester Courses in Interior Architecture & Design
This exciting and challenging course offers the opportunity to develop a creative and dynamic understanding of the potential of three-dimensional interior space. The course focuses on observing and understanding the needs of people within spaces and environments and explores alternative solutions to contemporary design problems. Working in a lively and realistic studio environment, you will explore the creative use of space and develop practical skills to progress from project concept to project presentation; you may also work on ‘live’ projects during the course, working closely with industry and specialist professionals.... [-]
This course provides a vital introduction to the architectural profession. A major strength of the course is its location within a specialist University College with the potential for students to [+]
BA (Hons) Semester Courses in Architecture
This course provides a vital introduction to the architectural profession. A major strength of the course is its location within a specialist University College with the potential for students to study alongside creative and cultural disciplines and determine their individual sphere of practice through interdisciplinary collaboration across Fine Art, Design, Media, and Performance.As a student of architecture you will have the opportunity to experiment with architectural design, including many different media, such as drawing, photography, printmaking, model making, video and electronic media. With this breadth of skill and experience you will be able to propose challenging and innovative places and work collaboratively with other specialisms.... [-]