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Architecture, Department

Fakultät Architektur

Technische Universität Dresden

Fakultät Architektur
Zellescher Weg 17
D-01062 Dresden
Telephone: +49 351 463-34197
https://tu-dresden.de

TU Dresden
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Basic information

Total number of students
830
Number of master degree students
10

Support during the study entry phase

Total score for support in the study entry phase
12/13 points

Group 1

Results of study

Graduations in appropriate time, undergraduate degrees
84.4%

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Graduations in appropriate time, master's
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Job market- and career-orientation

Professional qualification as an architect
qualification according to EU and UIA / UNESCO standard

Students' assessments on undergraduate, presence-learning-courses

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Digital teaching elements
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Scientific-artistical orientation
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Library
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Further degree courses of the department
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Further information provided by the department

Special features regarding teaching

Our architecture course focuses on design and planning. Knowledge acquired about typology, construction, historical development and social context is merged with illustration and design skills at an early stage and applied to solve planning problems. Design is developed and taught as a core skill in projects of an increasingly complex nature. Conceptual thinking, creativity, interdisciplinarity, consideration of sustainability and the inclusion of new academic fields are promoted through assigned sub-projects.

Special features regarding the international orientation

Offer of the Franco-German double degree, wide range of Erasmus exchange options, networking of the teaching staff in the European higher education area, Joint International Seminar

Special features regarding the equipment

PC pools with 20 workstations with 1 to 2 monitors apiece; Digital whiteboards in classrooms and study rooms; Departmental LaserCut and plot service; Workshop for model building with classic tools for processing wood, plaster and plastic; Makerspace (SLUB) as an open, creative space with 3D printers, various cutters, 3D object scanners and much more.; Learning space for colour; Collections: Theory of colours, map collection, architectural history collection; Extensive access to specialist databases (centrally via SLUB)

Special features regarding research activities

Our key areas of research are: renovation and redevelopment of existing properties, revitalisation of historical buildings; building climate-optimised construction and refurbishment; sustainability of buildings in the life cycle, including disassembly; Sustainable urban development, user participation in urban planning; Knowledge architecture; architecture in demographic change and demographically sustainable usability; The department is also involved in interdisciplinary research projects and facilities within TU Dresden and beyond.

Support for founders

Start-up service (central offer) – dresden|exists, with evaluation of ideas, development of business models, networking with investors and experts, qualification of prospective founders in workshops and incubator programmes; TransferOffice of TU Dresden for spin-offs

Other special features

The faculty also offers the following: Counselling and introductory event for the transition into the more elective stage II studies phase; Courses for the acquisition of key skills (compulsory part of the curriculum); Trial and preliminary examinations as well as tutorials to prepare for exams; work placement exchange for voluntary and compulsory work placements; Guest lectures and wide ranging lecture series also open to the public. TU Dresden also provides central offers for students with children, for students with disabilities and chronic diseases, as well as an alumni programme.

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Last Update 2022: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education