Posted by Justus on January 16, 2004 at 05:13:27:
In Reply to: Master fo Architecture posted by John on January 10, 2004 at 07:25:03:
Last year degrees in Europe have been 'harmonized'. This means that a masters from a German university means exactly the same as a masters from, say, an Italian or French school.
This has two effects:
1) you can switch easily between schools in Europe: a bachelors degree from Aachen, Stuttgart, etc. gives access to a masters degree in Milan/London/Zurich/Barcelona/Lisbon and vice versa.
2) since every masters or bachelors degree is in essence the same, the reputation of the school where you got it becomes very important.
If you are still in high school, I would suggest you get your bachelor in Germany (your counselor knows what good schools are). and attend a prestigious school elsewhere for your masters. I hear Aachen(TH), Berlin(TU), ETH Zurich, Delft, Barcelona and Imperial college London (basically all IDEA league schools) boast good masters, but no doubt that there are many more excellent universities.
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