ARCHIP offers three study programs, Bachelor degree, Master degree and a semester program of Global Architecture and Design. All programs are appropriately accredited by the Czech Ministry of Education. What makes ARCHIP unique is that it is a hyb...
ARCHIP offers three study programs, Bachelor degree, Master degree and a semester program of Global Architecture and Design. All programs are appropriately accredited by the Czech Ministry of Education. What makes ARCHIP unique is that it is a hybrid of global and local scales, of conceptual and technical training, and a philosophical space combining the best of the European and American tradition of architecture education.
ARCHIP is the only college of architecture in Central Europe that offers a complete 3-year Bachelor’s and 2-year Mater’s program in English. It provides an international environment with students representing around 30 different nationalities.
The faculty and the school management strives to create a highly stimulating environment for our students. We value dialogue both as an integral part of the process of architecture and design and a method of teaching and learning.
Deadlines for applications can be found on the ARCHIP website. The tuition per semester is approximately EUR 3,600. The tuition covers the course instruction and basic study content for lectures along with literature.
ARCHIP has scholarship opportunities that are based on merit, and Bachelor students may be eligible for scholarship after the 1st year of study at ARCHIP.
Prague is in the heart of Europe – which means you have your pick of dozens of attractive destinations within a reasonable travel distance. There are cheap trains and buses year round to take you to Austria, Germany, Poland, Hungary, or Slovakia in a matter of hours.
To a student – both young and mature – Prague offers a complete package: quality and affordable study programs, buzzing nightlife, a variety of cuisine, world-class culture and art scene, a thriving expat community and welcoming locals, and much more. People say that coming to Prague is not difficult, it is the leaving Prague that is.