Bachelor Programmes

If you are passionate about combining science, artistic development and practice, you can start with a bachelor degree in architecture.

Please note that our bachelor programmes in architecture are taught in Danish. See our admissions information for details on language requirements and how to apply.

On the education you will learn:

  • to describe, analyse and tackle complex, architectural tasks.
  • to relate to historical preconditions, theories and methods, and to current societal conditions.
  • to work from an artistic and academic standpoint, and learn to master materials, space, form, composition and scale, while acquiring knowledge of purpose, function, construction, material and relevant contexts.

During the education you will work on architecture with your hands, with your head and with the world.

Following the bachelor degree, you can continue your studies with a master degree in architecture, apply for other higher education programmes, or apply for a job in architecture.

On successful completion of a bachelor degree, you are awarded the title: Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Architecture.

The structure of the education
1st year
1st semester
1st module
2nd module
3rd module
2nd semester
1st module
2nd module
2nd year
3rd semester
1st module
2nd module
3rd module
4th semester
1st module
2nd module
3rd year
5th semester
1st module
2nd module
3rd module
6th semester
1st module
2nd module

Admission