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Postgraduate Master Programs

Environmental Engineering
Master (MA) for Bachelors
Urban Planning
Master (MA) for Bachelors

The Master programme in Urbanism aims to extend the knowledge in spatial and urban planning in conformity with the priorities of the country and the contemporary trends in the development,restructuring, regeneration and management of towns and territories.

Structural Engineering
Master (MA) for Bachelors
Analysis and Design of Structures
Master (MA) for Bachelors
Geotechnical Engineering
Master (MA) for Masters
Hydraulic Engineering
Master (MA) for Bachelors
Irrigation and Drainage Engineering
Master (MA) for Bachelors
Water Маnagement
Master (MA) for Bachelors
Water and Wastewater Treatment
Master (MA) for Bachelors
Project Management in Construction
Master (MA) for Bachelors
Transportation Engineering - Part Time
Master (MA) for Masters
Spatial Planning
Master (MA) for Bachelors
Computational and Advanced Design
Master (MA)

Everything humanity has designed so far, is limited and based on the way our bodies are designed and work, the way they experience reality around us. However, in this age and time we have reached the crossroads where technology can and will eventually shape, not only our minds, but our body, as well. In this sense, designing the future entails, first and foremost, designing the body that will live that future. Challenges inevitably rise and demand innovators and pioneers to overcome them; new tools and new technologies are required to materialize the answer; limits and boundaries will be crossed, and the equilibrium will change. In this journey the compass will be a scalable notion of the human condition. Housing, transit systems and the ways one moves around in the city, as well as, the whole structure of the city itself, are essential aspects one has to consider when designing for this new reality. By changing the very unit, the whole world is built around, the human body, we are no longer concerned with just designing parts of the world we live in. We are designing the whole world we live in. It’s not a mere design process, it’s cosmogony.

The Learning Experience
The Master's schedule is split inτο five leading Design Chapters and five supporting Technical and Theoretical Labs that span over the 9-month long academic year. Throughout them, students encounter and learn advanced techniques and design processes from world-renowned designers and architects. During the Design Chapters phase, they start with the generation of a single unit and its new features, i.e., the enhanced human body, and progress to develop more complex architectural entities around that, reaching the state to build global systems and networks. Through the Technical Labs, students master a variety of software for parametric and generative design, like Maya, ZBrush, Rhinoceros, Grasshopper, Houdini, Unreal Engine, C#, etc., as well as get to utilize Virtual Reality, visualize their concepts through the Media Lab, and work with Prototyping Machines and Swarm Robotics. Furthermore, students will be taught how to formulate a concrete, expandable theoretical frame to support their vision. At the end of each monthly cycle of lessons, participants present their work to a jury of eminent specialists. Mentors and Acclaimed Designers will be called to participate and provide a fresh perspective. At the end of this journey, students have obtained a variety of skills, allowing them to be ready to take on any project in any working environment.

Master Degree

Master of Science in Computational and Advanced Design - MSc CAD


September to June (9 Months)

Early Enrollment – December
Scholarships - February
Late Enrollment – April


Scholarship & Discount
Available, See Application

Housing Accommodation
Available, See Application

90 ECTS accredited by our partner University - The UACEG
(University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy)

Architecture degree, Bachelor or higher degree from other related professions - industrial/product design, interior and landscape design, urban planning, fashion design, transportation design, animation, engineering, media informatics, etc.