The doctoral programme of La Salle Architecture School is a third cycle programme adapted to the European Space of Higher Education (EEES) (Bolonia Process). The MPIA approaches from different fields and environments, architectural design strategies. This programme explores the concept of knowledge representation, design, technology, city and territory with the aim of achieving an integrated view of the architectural project.
The MPIA has professional and academic sides. In the professional field offers the specialized knowledge associated with the project. From the academic point of view provides the tools and research methods needed to begin doctoral studies.
The Master in Integrated Architectural Project has two particular objectives:
These two objectives can be achieved by the three knowledge areas in which the master is structured, each one providing a different specialization of the master.
Puedes acceder a los estudios de Máster Universitario:
Si cumples alguno de estos requisitos, puedes iniciar el proceso de admisión de La Salle, propio para cada máster.
l Máster Proyecto Integrado de Arquitectura (MPIA) está dirigido a todos aquellos profesionales interesados en profundizar sus conocimientos en el proyecto arquitectónico desde el enfoque de la conceptualización y representación, proyecto y tecnología, y ciudad y territorio.
The Master in Integrated Architectural Project is addressed to all t hose professionals interested in study in depth the architectural project from the point o views of concepts and representation, project and technology and city and territory.
You need to be qualified with the following degrees in order to study this master:
Note: We recommend the studies or work life is linked to the architectural or urbanism field.
The candidates chosen to participate in our courses are key elements in the development of the La Salle Masters Program. Our curriculum vitae framework considers the academic strengths of the candidates as well as their functional and professional background and their geographic origins. All of these factors contribute to enriching the cultural and professional cohesion of the group.
The aim of the La Salle Admission process is to select the most appropriate candidates for each program and to optimise the level and quality of communication and fellowship of the participants within each group.
This being one of the distinctive traits of the teaching style of La Salle. The admission process for the 2011-2012 academic course starts in February, 2011 and will remain open until all the places stipulated for each Masters course that have been filled. The admission process is continuous and there are several annual sessions. However, given that the period of course registration is open until all the places stipulated for each Masters course have been filled and considering that places may be filled before candidates have completed the final stages of the Admission Process, candidates are advised to start the process as early as possible.
What do you have to do to study in La Salle?
1. Fill in the admission form. Download form
2. Submit the documents requested for the programme you want to study. Those students with finished studies from a foreign university, must bring a certificate from the university in their country which indicates that their degree is official in that country and that it allows its holder to study a master degree.
3. Receive the notification about your admission status.
4. Save your spot.
5. Formal enrollment, payment of the registration fee.
Registration will not be considered formalized till the total amount of the programme has been paid.
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