Courses in Architecture

Admission requirements

  • A BA degree or three years of studies in Architecture.
  • Submission of following documents: a digital portfolio showing your best design works in architecture, a statement of purpose, and your CV.

Portfolio instructions

Follow the following instructions to create a neat, clear, and effective portfolio:

  • It should reflect the scope and variety of your previous training. You should submit work that represents your personal interests and abilities.
  • Include a brief description of the context in which each work is created to provide a clearer understanding (e.g. assignment settings, main objectives, requirements, prerequisites, design concept etc.) The portfolio should show how you carry out your research, explore a design project, and develop your ideas.
  • If a group work is presented, indicate clearly the role that you played in the project. If professional work is presented, indicate clearly your contribution to the project.

Digital portfolio requirements

  • Must be submitted as a PDF file not larger than 10 MB.
  • Include a statement of purpose (one-page maximum) describing your reasons for applying to exchange studies at the School of Architecture and your CV.
  • The file names must include your name
  • If possible, assemble all your projects into one portfolio file. If you must send more than one file, add a sequence number before the ".pdf" extension.

Courses – Autumn 2022 (study period 1-2)

  • Check the Elective Courses from Programme A (22/23) (Course website LTH).
  • You can select courses that have a check mark (✓) in the column with the portfolio/suitcase icon. This indicates that the course is open for exchange students.
  • You are supposed to choose one design studio course (15 credits) together with the mandatory linked theory course (7.5 credits) and one optional course (7.5 credits). 

  • AAHN02 Advanced Architectural Design I + 
    AAHN25 Advanced Architectural I, Theory
  • AAHN40  Dwelling and Space + 
    AAHN45  Dwelling and Space, Theory
  • ABAN11 Urban Shelter + 
    ABAN06 Urban Shelter, Theory and Methods
  • ASEN01 Spatial Experiments I + 
    ASEN10 Spatial Experiments I, Theory
  • ABVN16 Cultural Heritage Buildings + 
    ABVN11 Cultural Heritage Buildings, Theory
  • ASBN02 Sustainable Urban Recycling + 
    ASBN06 Urban Recycling - Theory and Methods
  • ASBN31 Sustainable Urban Dynamics + 
    ASBN41 Urban Dynamics - Theory and Tendencies 

  • AAHN15 Creative Tools of Architecture
  • AAKN20 Architecture in Material and Detail I
  • AAMN01 Human Environmental Frames
  • ABFF01 An outline of Scandinavian Architecture and Urbanism I
  • AFON25 Performing Theories
  • ASBN36 Urban Process
  • ASBN45 Urban Quality and Urban Form

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