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Masters in Architecture and Urban planning at Warsaw University Of Technology


kwitczak198 1 | 1
26 Jan 2012 #1
Hey
I know this might be a little bit off the topic but I have no idea where else to look for the answer My name is Katie and I was born In Poland but I lived most of my life in New York. I just reciently graduated from NYIT with Bachler of Architecture and now I am looking into getting my Masters in Architecture and Urban planning at Warsaw University Of Technology. Has anyone of you got accepted to this school? Was is tough to get in? Ive heard a lot of stories. I am trying to figure out how is it going to this school? Do they have classes every day? How are the professors? You guys could also contact me on my email: Kwitczak198@gmail I would apriciate the help.

Thank you
Katie
Looker - | 1,099
30 Nov 2014 #2
is tough to get in?

Warsaw University is very reputable school in Poland. Generally it's not easy to get there. But the Urban Planning don't belong to the most popular fields of study there, and so it is easier to be admitted.

Do they have classes every day?

The classes are mostly four days a week.

how is it going to this school?

I found different opinions. People said that too much emphasis is placed here on geography. More theory than practice. Most of the staff are geographers and people dealing with economics, regional growth, development aid, etc. Earlier some complained that there is a lack of technical things, drawing, playing with plans etc, but maybe it changed over time. Studies are not very difficult to finish, but the question is how much you are determined and interested to self explore different aspect of the architecture, urban planning. Pure theory class is often not sufficient to get a good job.
marioagh - | 1
23 Jan 2018 #3
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Study Architecture in Poland



Hello Guys,

I have just moved to krakow and I would like to study Architecture.
I would like to ask you for any information about universities who accept foreign students, It does not matter in which city.
Thanks in advance
DominicB - | 2,709
23 Jan 2018 #4
If you are studying for fun, entertainment or diversion, and have the money to pay for it, then practically every major university has a program that would suit your purposes.

If you are studying for serious, as in investing in a degree in hopes of it landing you a job in the future, them forget about it and pick engineering instead. An architecture degree, even from a good school, is one of the most worthless degrees on the job market. Even more so from an English-language program at a Polish university. It would be a complete waste of time and money.


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