2019 / 20
Fachbereich bauen - kunst - werkstoffe
- Konrad-Zuse-Str. 1
- 56075 Koblenz
- Phone: +49 261 9528-600
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Special features regarding teachingFirst accreditation in 2004, re-accreditation in 2011. Teaching content and training structure is EU and UIA-compliant (i.e. recognition throughout Europe and world-wide). Project course with seminars, workshops, exercises, excursions: 60% project work, 40% theory and methodical competence. Mobility window in the 5th semester: Recognition of 30 credits acquired abroad in a block. Numerous international contacts. Wide range of optional required and specialisation options. Highly practice related. Linking of design and construction/technology. Focus on digital methods. Online "myStudy" communication portal"
Special features regarding the international orientation"MOBILITY WINDOW" / SEMESTER ABROAD in the 5th semester is a regular part of the degree course. In the Master's degree this is recognised via learning agreements; ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL WEEK: Exchange of lecturers, workshops; VIRTUAL STUDIO: Media-based broadcasting studio for international cooperation; Languages and Culture: Optional courses, English is a compulsory module; ARCHINTERNATIONAL PROJECT OFFICE: Course Guidance and Coordination; RESEARCH: DAAD-ISAP-"Architecture for development" from 2018 with DUT Durban, South Africa; FUNDING: Erasmus+, Swiss-European mobility, TNB-GJU Amman, etc.
Common partner universities for exchangeBlekinge Tekniska Högskola Blekinge Institute of Technology - Karlskrona; Universitá degli Studi Gabriele D´Annunzio - Facoltá di architettura - Pescara; UPV/EHU Universidad del País Vasco - Escuela Tecnica Superior de Arquitectura - San Sebastian; Durban University of Technology (DUT) - Durban; German – Jordanian University (GJU) - School of architecture and built enviroment - Amman; IZTECH-Izmir Yüksek Teknoloji Entstitütsü - Faculty of architecture - Izmir; AUTH-Aristotle University of Thessaloníki - School of Architecture - Thessaloniki
Equipment of the work placesWorkstations: In addition to the general PC pools of the computer centre, there are currently two digital laboratories with 8 and 27 workstations with two screens each. Additional digital laboratories will be set up as part of the planned extension of the
Website with further information on research activitieshttps://www.hs-koblenz.de/architektur/forschung-projekte/
Other special featuresFirst Bachelor's/Master's courses of study in Rhineland-Palatinate to be accredited from the outset. Excellent acceptance in the architecture firms; Close coordination of the training concept with the chamber of architects. On average, very short duration of studies due to well structured and organised courses. Intensive, personal and individual support. A pioneer in Rhineland-Palatinate in terms of notification (Europe-wide recognition of professional qualifications guaranteed). Accredited UIA conformity.
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Last update 2019: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education, Germany.
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