The Berlage Master of Science in Architecture and Urban Design is an international one-and-a-half-year-long, English-language post-master's-level program in architecture and urban design.
Preparing architects and urban designers to meet the challenges of globally oriented practice, the program aims at redefining and expanding the methods and instruments for research and design on the built environment.
The Berlage aims at both young professionals seeking to deepen their research and design skills as well as recent master's-level graduates that are eager to explore advanced modes of research and design for future practice, as much as it prepares architects interested in an academic career.
The unique educational program is aimed at curious professionals and scholars who seek an intense study setting, in which to pursue a predetermined design-research interest. During their studies at the Berlage, the individual interests of the prospective student will be developed further within a partly collective framework.