2 edition of Towards a common European higher architectural education area found in the catalog.
Towards a common European higher architectural education area
Meeting of Heads of European Schools of Architecture (5th 2002 Hania)
At head of title: European Commission Socrates-Erasmus Thematic Network ...
|Statement||ditors Constantin Spiridonidis, Maria Voyatzaki.|
|Series||Transactions on architectural education -- no.13|
|Contributions||Spiridonidis, Constantin., Voyatzaki, Maria., Socrates-Erasmus Thematic Network., European Network of Heads of Schools of Architecture., European Association for Architectural Education.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||329|
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Towards a Common European Higher Architectural Education Area Constantin SPIRIDONIDIS Thessaloniki, Greece, EAAE/ENHSA Project Coordinator In the last decade a great number of Schools of Architecture in Europe reconsidered and reformed the structure of their curricula.
In the context of these reforms, a radical. towards a common european higher architectural education area Editor: Constantin Spiridonidis, Maria Voyatzaki Published by: EAAE & ENHSA, Thessaloniki, Greece Book Description.
Academic architectural education started with the inauguration of the Académie d'Architecture on 3 December in France. It was the first institution to be devoted solely to the study of architecture, and its school was the first dedicated to the explicit training of architectural students.
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Holgate, Rachel. Sara. In June31 European ministers responsible for higher education from 29 countries signed the Bologna Declaration. This document would set in motion the so-called Bologna Process intended to create the European Higher Education Area. This European Higher Education Area is.
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In effect, the state in France defines the professions. The French higher education system is further complicated by the variability of the connection between research and teaching in institutions of higher education.
This program provides access to the one-year Master in Architecture, which is required in order to achieve professional licensure in Spain and the European Union. The Bachelor in Architectural Studies is fully compliant with the Bologna Process, and is accredited by the Spanish government and the European Higher Education Area (EHEA).
Introduction. Architectural education should not just aim to provide the necessary skills for practice, but should also prepare students for changes in the profession, the building industry and the way we live; for the uncertainties of climate change, population increase, and resource depletion.
 Changing roleHistorically, architects could design buildings without significant specialist input. • A European Consultative Forum for Quality Assurance in Higher Education will be established. When the recommendations are implemented: • The consistency of quality assurance across the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) will be improved by the use of agreed standards and Size: 1MB.
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The EHEA system helps ensure that higher education systems across Europe are compatible - and that students, researchers and academics in Europe.