September to August
The syllabus contains a total of 60 ECTS, distributed throughout the academic year into 29.5 theory credits, 15.5 personal work credits and 15 practical credits.
Course directors and coordinators
Carmen Mendoza PhD in Architecture - firstname.lastname@example.org
Architect. PhD in Urban Design and Planning. Associate Professor at the School of Architecture . Her research is focused on physical and social regeneration of degraded neighborhoods in the Metropolitan Region of Barcelona and informal settlements in South America. She is co founder of the firm DAC Arquitectura, Rehabilitació i Urbanisme SLP, in Barcelona, specialized in developing urban projects and the design of open spaces and social facilities.
Sandra Bestraten - email@example.com
Architect. Associate Professor at the School of Architecture. She is professor and co-director of the Cooperation Area of the School of Architecture. Her research is focused on housing and cooperation in developing countries. President of the NGO University without Borders - USF, for the last 10 years, developing urban plannings and social and educational facilities with social participation. Associate Professor at ETSAB-UPC. Member of the Cooperation Center Council of UPC. Co-funder of the firm Bestraten Hormias Arquitectura SLP, in Barcelona, specialized in sustainable projects using low enviromental impact materials, such as timber and rammed earth. Member of the board of directors of Col·legi d’Arquitectes de Catalunya COAC.
Raquel Colacios - firstname.lastname@example.org
Degree in Architecture (School of Architecture, UIC Barcelona).
Architect and Master in International Cooperation: Sustainable Emergency Architecture at School of Architecture, UIC Barcelona. She is professor and co-director of the Cooperation Area of the School of Architecture. She is co-founder of the firm Taab6 Architects in Barcelona, whose activity extends to countries like France, Belgium, Vietnam, and India among others. She has won several architectural and urban competitions, including a European prize in Pärnu, Estonia.
Classes will be taught on the Iradier-Barcelona Campus
The course will be taught between September 2015 and August 2016
- Term 1 – Criteria, September-February, Full time from Monday to Thursday
- Term 2 – Field Trip & Internship, February - May
- Term 3 – Studio Project, February - June, July, August
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School of Architecture
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