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  1. Architecture

    The core skills of architecture are planning, construction and design. Tasks include detailed planning, support structure planning and object planning, urban development, landscape design and spatial planning as well as the design of virtual spaces, always taking into account artistic, technical, ecological and social aspects. The study programme consists of several compulsory and elective modules. The compulsory modules are: orientation, representation methods 1 and 2, culture, basics of construction, structural engineering, planning 1, civil engineering, architecture, history and theory, architecture and society, experimental architecture, interior and design, building technology, ecology and building execution, planning 4, excursion and specialisation. The elective modules consist on one hand of the modules Planning 2 and 3 and on the other hand of other modules (building theory, construction and design, interior design and urban planning). In the modules Planning 2 and 3 students can choose one module each from a list of six modules and in the other elective modules they can chose between two options each. Additionally the elective modules Specialisation 1 to 3 can be studied, which can be found in a course catalogue. It is possible to study the module Interdisciplinary Studies instead of Specialisation 3. A study period abroad is recommended. Two bachelor theses must be written. ...

    Provider NameUniversität Innsbruck

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Tirol
  2. Architecture

    The core skills of architecture are planning, construction and design. Tasks include detailed planning, support structure planning and object planning, urban development, landscape design and spatial planning as well as the design of virtual spaces, always taking into account artistic, technical, ecological and social aspects. The degree programme consists of compulsory subjects, elective subjects that must be chosen from a list and elective subjects that can be chosen freely, and additional qualifications (soft skills). The following compulsory subjects are relevant: orientation course, civil engineering, construction and building execution, planning, urban planning, drawing in theory and history. There are four elective subjects to be chosen from a list. These are: technology, theory and history, general elective subjects and elective seminar. Here students can choose at least one course from a list of courses (except for the elective seminar). The content of the elective seminar is academic dealing with a special field of architecture; this at the same time is the first bachelor thesis. Two bachelor theses must be written. The topic of the second thesis is the module Planning. In this thesis an architectural project must be planned in which the skills gained in the different studios (spatial design, domestic architecture, building theory, civil engineering and urban planning) are to be applied in an integrative way. ...

    Provider NameVienna University of Technology

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Wien
  3. Architecture

    The core skills of architecture are planning, construction and design. Tasks include detailed planning, support structure planning and object planning, urban development, landscape design and spatial planning as well as the design of virtual spaces, always taking into account artistic, technical, ecological and social aspects. The degree programme consists of two parts. The following modules are the core areas of the degree programme: 1. history of architecture, theory of architecture, arts and culture, 2. core competence Architecture Planning, 3. construction, technology, materials and 4. architectural presentation and art practices. Other modules are elective courses and excursions. Elective courses serve to set individual priorities and further development of the students and can be chosen freely from all courses on offer. The two excursions provide an opportunity to look into the current developments in the building culture and the cultural history legacy in urban planning and architecture during the bachelor programme. They can be carried out in Austria or abroad. The bachelor thesis consists of the courses Planning 4 and Planning of specialised topics. ...

    Provider NameTechnische Universität Graz

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Steiermark
  4. Architecture

    The core skills of architecture are planning, construction and design. Tasks include detailed planning, support structure planning and object planning, urban development, landscape design and spatial planning as well as the design of virtual spaces, always taking into account artistic, technical, ecological and social aspects. The bachelor's programme follows a project-based structure from the very first semester onwards. The first semester is an orientation phase which provides an introduction to all five platforms (core competences) for the students. Each of the five platforms becomes the focus of the programme for one semester; the priority topics of the relevant semester revolve around it. The elective subjects make up a separate module. At least one of these electives should be studied outside the department. Moreover, excursions are also supported, which serve to illustrate the course contents in a real-life context. The degree programme concludes with a bachelor's thesis. ...

    Provider NameAkademie der bildenden Künste Wien

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Wien
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    Provider NameUniversität für künstlerische und industrielle Gestaltung Linz

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Oberösterreich
  6. Civil and Environmental Engineering

    Civil and Environmental Engineering shapes the technical environment. It designs, plans, constructs, builds and operates structures and is responsible for the infrastructure. Tasks also include the drafting of plans, analysis and expertise. The work becomes evident in visible and non-visible structures, e.g. bridges, sewage treatment plants. The degree programme consists of the following 15 compulsory modules: construction and project management, statics, concrete and brickwork construction, mechanics of materials, geotechnical engineering, civil engineering and building physics, timber construction, hydraulics and water engineering, mathematics, geometry and computer sciences, mechanics, steel construction, environmental engineering, traffic engineering, surveying and materials in construction engineering. During the orientation phase building construction, mechanics and materials in construction engineering are studied. There is an elective module, Soft Skills, in which students are to acquire basic scientific and technical skills and legal, linguistic and social skills. To conclude the programme a bachelor thesis must be written and presented in the framework of the relevant course. ...

    Provider NameUniversity of Innsbruck

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Tirol
  7. Civil Engineering and Management of Infrastructure

    Civil Engineering and Management of Infrastructure shapes the technical environment. It designs, plans, constructs, builds and operates structures and is responsible for the infrastructure. Tasks also include the development of concepts, analysis and expertise. The work becomes evident in visible and non-visible structures, e.g. bridges, sewage treatment plants. The discipline consists of several compulsory subjects and elective subjects that can be chosen freely. The six modules are: scientific basics, subject-specific basics, structural engineering, building construction and geotechnical engineering, infrastructure planning and infrastructure management as well as soft skills and elective subjects that can be chosen freely. In the modules soft skills and elective subjects the courses building legislation and industrial plant legislation and introduction to data processing are compulsory. The other elective subjects the students can choose freely. These can be: mathematics advanced course, chemistry advanced course, physics 1 and 2 advanced course, CAD 1 and 2, CAE statics, mathematical software for engineers, technical drawing, building regulations and technical English. It is possible to do a work placement of at least seven weeks instead of some elective subjects. In this case students have to submit an application for the recognition of the work placement as an elective subject and a technical report about the work carried out during this placement. The degree programme concludes with a bachelor thesis. ...

    Provider NameVienna University of Technology

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Wien
  8. Civil Engineering and Construction Management

    Civil Engineering and Construction Management shapes the technical environment. It designs, plans, constructs, builds and operates structures and is responsible for the infrastructure. Tasks also include the development of concepts, analysis and expertise. The work becomes evident in visible and non-visible structures, e.g. bridges, sewage treatment plants. The following modules are relevant: mathematics and descriptive geometry, physics and mechanics, computer sciences, statics, construction management, building construction, structural engineering, environment and traffic, hydraulic engineering, geotechnical engineering and optional subject. The first three modules mathematics and descriptive geometry, physics and mechanics, and computer sciences represent the orientation phase. The elective courses that have to be studied in the bachelor programme serve the individual specialisation and further development of the students and can be chosen freely from the courses on offer. It is recommended to choose courses from the fields of foreign languages, social skills, technological impact assessment and women and gender studies. Moreover two bachelor projects must be carried out in connexion with two compulsory courses at different departments. One of the two projects must be a bachelor thesis that has been written autonomously by the student. ...

    Provider NameTechnische Universität Graz

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Steiermark
  9. Landscape Architecture and Landscape Planning

    Landscape Architecture and Landscape Planning is an applied engineering science based on and using planning, design, landscape architecture, ecological and socio-economic knowledge. The teaching in Austria puts the needs and requirements of the people in the centre of consideration and commits itself to sustainability. After the introductory stage, which is characterised by introductory courses in landscape planning / landscape architecture as well as engineering biology and landscape management, subject-specific and cross-disciplinary contents are taught. This includes modules in basics of natural sciences (e.g. ecology), applied natural sciences (e.g. hydrobiology) and methods of applied engineering sciences (surveying). Moreover, compulsory courses also include aspects of social and economic sciences and law as well as related disciplines related to planning. Two autonomous written papers must be written as bachelor papers in the framework of project courses. ...

    Provider NameUniversität für Bodenkultur Wien

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Wien
  10. Spatial Planning

    Das Studium Raumplanung und Raumordnung beschäftigt sich mit der Planung des Einsatzes von Instrumenten und Methoden zur Beeinflussung räumlicher Bedingungen unter Berücksichtigung verschiedener Nutzungsansprüche aus Wirtschaft, Gesellschaft und Politik. Das Bachelorstudium „Raumplanung und Raumordnung gliedert sich in die Pflichtfächer „Studieneingangsphase“, „Gemeindeplanung, Städtebau und Stadtgestaltung“, „Mathematik, Statistik, EDV“, „Naturräumliche ökologische Planungsgrundlagen“, „Bebauungsplanung“, „Kommunale Entwicklungsplanung“, „Planungstechnische Grundlagen“, „Regionalplanung und Regionalpolitik“, „Regionalwissenschaftliche Grundlagen“, „Verkehrssystemplanung und Infrastrukturplanung“, „Sozialwissenschaftliche Planungsgrundlagen“, „Wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Planungsgrundlagen“, „Rechtswissenschaftliche Planungsgrundlagen“, und „Seminare zur Raumplanung (Bachelorseminare)“. Zusätzlich sind gebundene Wahlfächer und freie Wahlfächer zu absolvieren. Von den Studierenden wird erwartet, dass sie bereits vor Abschluss des Studiums praktische Berufserfahrungen in raumplanungsrelevanten Arbeitsgebieten sammeln. Im Rahmen des Studiums sind zwei Bachelorarbeiten zu verfassen. ...

    Provider NameVienna University of Technology

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Wien

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