Degree

Degree in Architecture

School

Institute of Technology

Campus

Institute of Technology, Montepríncipe Campus

ECTS

330 ECTS

Language of instruction

Spanish, English

In all subjects, including end-of-degree project.

Places

90

PRESENTATION

THE DEGREE THAT ENABLES YOU TO WORK AS AN ARCHITECT IN SPAIN WITH THE MOST ADVANCED EQUIPMENT AND 50 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE.
WHY STUDY ARCHITECTURE?

The Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture at the Universidad CEU San Pablo is a professional qualification that provides direct access to the regulated profession of architect in Spain.

Architecture is one of the most appealing professions for those seeking a job that combines technical knowledge and creative skills.

Get ready to practice as an architect and become immersed in a profession that encompasses art, engineering, design and knowledge of landscape and urban planning.

With the Official Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture from the Universidad CEU San Pablo you will learn, among other things, to:

  • Lead building and urban planning projects
  • Design buildings
  • Renovate homes
  • Adapt spaces to facilitate access
  • Plan and implement urban development, gardening and landscape projects

 
THE BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN ARCHITECTURE AT THE UNIVERSIDAD CEU SAN PABLO

Students and professors from the Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture at the Universidad CEU San Pablo explain how the degree is structured.

Find out about the experience of other students, the perspective of professors, the international approach and the prestige of the university.

WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES OF STUDYING A BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN ARCHITECTURE AT THE UNIVERSIDAD CEU SAN PABLO IN MADRID?

This degree prepares you to become an architect with the technical and aesthetic resources necessary to meet any architectural challenge through:

  • More than 50 years of experience in training architects: The School of Architecture at the Universidad CEU San Pablo has trained thousands of architects who now make up an exclusive network of alumni spread across more than 25 countries.
  • Real-life simulation and cutting-edge equipment:
    • 3D printing and materials laboratories
    • End-of-Degree project workshop
    • Figure drawing classrooms
    • Fab Lab Madrid CEU: digital manufacturing classroom integrated into the network of the Center for Bits and Atoms of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
  • University’s Own Degree in Virtual Reality with Playstation: You can study this program, offered in collaboration with SONY Interactive Entertainment, to expand your knowledge of drawing, proportions, spaces and 3D design.
  • Professional qualification: This degree enables you to work as an architect in Spain, as set out in European Directive (Directive 2005/36/EC on the recognition of professional qualifications).
  • International vocation: You will have the possibility to learn in two languages, Spanish and English, and to study abroad thanks to the agreements with 70 universities across 25 countries.
  • Degree approved by the National Architectural Accrediting Board: This degree has been evaluated by the NAAB, an accrediting agency for architectural education in the United States, having been determined Substantially Equivalent to accredited architecture programs in the USA.

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READ ABOUT THE EXPERIENCE OF CAMILA ANA GOLDENBERG, STUDENT ON THE BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN ARCHITECTURE

“When searching for a place to study, I was looking for a prestigious university with academic excellence and positive recommendations.”

"Fue una decisión difícil pero e“It was a difficult decision but CEU has met my expectations. I am very happy with my decision and I continue to surprise myself every day.”

 
PROFILE OF NEW STUDENTS

To define the ideal profile of new students who wish to be accepted onto this degree, we consider the final educational objectives that we aim to achieve, in three aspects:

  • Students. They must have balanced training in all disciplines inherent to studying architecture, both technical and humanistic. In terms of attitude, they must be willing to strive, both individually and as part of a team, to carry out different projects that are central to the training of architects. Therefore, in the selection process, we focus on the candidate’s motivation and abilities in relation to the above requirements. Other attitudes such as initiative, creativity, responsibility or organization and planning skills are also important.
  • Future professionals. At the end of this degree, students should be future professionals with solid technological, humanistic and artistic skills and an ability to merge them appropriately in their professional development. In addition, proficiency in another modern language such as English is a key factor for their mobility and incorporation into professional international forums. Throughout the degree, students are also provided with the keys to carry out this profession independently, fostering fundamental attitudes such as entrepreneurship.
  • Training. With the aim of the future integration of the student into working life, the degree is the result of comprehensive training. This means that, in addition to being theory-based and systematic, it is also practical and engaging.

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