Spend the summer traveling to three different European cities studying contemporary trends in European design, technology and culture!
1 month program over the summer. Typically runs the end of May to the end of June. Students travel together and stay in centrally located hotels. This program is led by KU Architecture professors. Students will receive 9 hours of architecture credit:
ARCH 690 Architecture Study Abroad (6 credits)
ARCH 692 Documentation (3 credits)
BERLIN, GERMANY (15 DAYS)
Study this historical and unique city’s urban development following the reunification of the country in 1990. Visit Nalbach+Nalbach, a prominent Berlin firm for the past 40 years. Visits to several sites including: Potzdamer Platz, Olympic Stadium, the Brandenburg Gate, the Holocaust Memorial, and much more!
MUNICH, GERMANY (4 DAYS)
Next visit a hub of German traditional culture! In Munich, students will be study innovative buildings that have brought new life and meaning to the culture of this traditional German city. Don’t forget to have a pretzel too!
SWITZERLAND (10 DAYS)
Travel throughout the country while visiting several unique sites and cities. Special attention will be paid to sustainable buildings and technologies. Student will visit the following cities while in Switzerland: Zurich, Chur, Vals, and Basel.
This program is open to KU Master’s of Architecture students who have completed ARCH 409. Other students in the School of Architecture & Design may be eligible to go on a space-available basis.
Interested? Make sure to apply online here by February 1st, 2014.