this master's programme "urban projects, urban cultures" explores architecture from a research-by-design and design-by-research perspective. students are educated and trained in a multicultural and international context. the programme combines an academic approach with a creative-experimental approach. it is characterised by a fully-integrated design methodology, providing students with solid skills in the contemporary discipline of architectural design and research.
the programme is organised at both of the faculty's campuses, though each campus offers a different orientation:
- campus brussels (established in 1887): urban projects, urban cultures
- campus ghent (established in 1862): architecture and sustainability