Mapping architectural education institutions in Mediterranean and European South
With this inquiry, as part of the activities of ARCHI-ED-ES (www.archi-med-es.net) Project, we wish to record the number of institutions offering architectural education to each one of the Mediterranean and southern European Countries, and the main structure of architectural studies available. One questionnaire per Country must be anwered.

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1. Information about the person answering the questionnaire
Academic (or administrative) position
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Surname / Name
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Institution
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Country
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e-mail address
To be used only in case further clarifications are needed for the data processing
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2. Architectural education in the Country
Number of schools of architecture recognized by the State in your Country:
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Number of schools in your country financed exclusively by the public domain.
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Number of schools in your country financed by the local administration
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Number of schools in your country financed by other public institutions
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Number of schools in your country with private financing
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Number of private schools with strong State control of the education offered
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Number of private schools totally autonomous from the State regarding the education offered
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Have Schools of architecture in your Country sufficient autonomy to take decisions about curricula reforms
Is there any additional education or experience needed (beyond the final degree offered by schools) to access professional practice as an architect?
If the answer is YES, please indicate whether this education or experience is offered by:
Duration in months of additional education or experience
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3. Curriculum structure implemented by the institutions in the Country
a) Five continuous years of studies without any intermediate degree. One final degree on Architecture.
(number of schools)
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b) Five continuous years of studies without any intermediate degree. Optional emphasis on specific subject areas in the last years of studies. One final degree on Architecture.
(number of schools)
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c) Five continuous years of studies without any intermediate degree. Optional specialization studies in the last years. Reference to the specialization on the title of the final degree. Architecture appears as one of the possible specializations.
(number of schools)
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d) Five continuous years of general studies for a degree + one year (master) to have access to the profession of the architect.
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e) Five continuous years of studies with an intermediate degree after 3 years delivered only to students who want to move to another school.
(number of schools)
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f) Three years of basic general studies in Architecture leading to a bachelor or equivalent degree + two years advanced general architectural studies leading to one final degree on Architecture (masters or equivalent). The two cycles are conceived and organised as two parts of one five-year program.
(number of schools)
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g) Three years of basic general studies in Architecture leading to a bachelor or equivalent degree + two years specialized architectural studies leading to a number of different specialized degrees (masters or equivalent). Architecture appears as one of the specializations. The two cycles are organised as two independent programs
(number of schools)
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other (please specify)
(number of schools)
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Your comments, remarks and additional information
Please provide any other information related to the contents of this questionnaire
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