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Overview

ECTS Pack

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ECTS Faculty Information

Majors
Architecture regulated profession
Master (MA)

Urban Planning
Bachelor (BA)

Landscape architecture
Master (MA)

Urban Planning
Master (MA) for Bachelors

Contemporary Architectural Technology
Master (MA) for Masters

Architecture Theory and Criticism
Master (MA) for Masters

Architecture
Master (MA) for Bachelors


 

Founding and Development
The degree programme of Architecture was offered for the first time in 1943, one year after the foundation of the first Higher Technical School in Bulgaria. The Faculty of Architecture consisting of 8 departments was founded in 1951. This is the place in Bulgaria where education in Architecture is offered to students and architects. In the Faculty training is provided to post-graduate and doctoral students, research is performed and designs for significant architectural and town-planning objects are developed.
About 1000 Bulgarian and foreign students pursue their studies at the Faculty of Architecture. The number of the academic staff in the Faculty is 30 lecturers with academic rank and 50 lecturers without academic rank. Disciplines are partly taught by lecturers from other faculties of the University. A number of part-time lecturers with rich professional experience also take part in the education.
The Faculty carries out significant international activities, including student exchange with several European schools of Architecture.
The graduates in “Architecture” are awarded state diplomas for completed higher education with the qualification "Architect”. They can perform a wide variety of activities: complex investigation and planning of regional, landscape and urban complexes and facilities; design and organisation of interior and exterior spaces; management and organisation of construction and construction elements fabrication; institutional and corporate investment policy; investigation and control functions in the city councils with respect to urban planning and architecture; research, implementation and lecturing.