- Integration of Energy Strategies in the Design of Buildings
- Architectural Design and Research Methods
The master’s programme is designed for both practitioners and graduate students in architecture, design and built environment. It can enhance your skills and improve your career development.
This programme will be allowing architectural practitioners to develop professional and inter-personal skills, take increased leadership roles, engage in entrepreneurial activities, and develop their knowledge in International contemporary practice. The programme will be facilitated by the Design School and other Schools and Departments, including International Business School Suzhou (IBSS) and School of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Bringing a diverse selection of modules, the programme aims to provide a unique experience tailored for individual educational needs.
There will be no pre-requisite order on the optional modules. However, the candidates would be expected to complete the programme within 18 months.
The programme can also:
The programme will provide a range of teaching activities including lectures, seminars, coursework, discussion forums, individual work and independent group work, to suit the diverse topics covered. They will enable students to engage with real world scenarios.
MSc International Professional Practice in Architecture will enable a student to understand:
The University offers a wide range of activities aiming to enrich master students’ theoretical and experiential learning and professional development. Training, workshops, and seminars, covering varieties of themes and topics, both generic and subject-specific, are often offered at both university and school/department levels. It also provides students with opportunities to work as a teaching assistant, research assistant, or intern at XJTLU. Depending on the programme, they may also organize field trips and company visits, and invite industry experts and professionals to give talks. Such activities will not only support you in your programme study but also develop your personal and professional skills and enhance your overall employability.
Although the programme does not lead to professional accreditation, it can enhance individual career development and help them take up more leadership responsibilities in practice. In addition, the programme provides networking opportunities with other multi-disciplinary professionals.