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Studying architecture in Europe

Postby tom_SK » Tue Dec 27, 2011 7:55 pm

Hello,
I'm having a bit of dilemma and I couldn't find an answer in any Slovak forums, so I hope you guys will help me.

I'm 20 yrs old, studying architecture at Slovak University Of Technology in Bratislava, 2nd grade. In 2 years I'll be getting my bachelor degree, then I'd like to continue studying. I'd like to work as an architect, or sth near that, but I don't want to stay in Slovakia (USA, GB, Switzerland or maybe somewhere in Asia sounds better). Therefore I thought, it'd be better for me to study at some other, better university. For me seems really important combination - german-speaking country and studying in english.

So, my question is - would it be appriciated in praxis, if I'd have master's degree (MSc., MArch. or MA.) from European university, for example - Technische Universität Wien, München, Stuttgart, Aachen, Berlin (these universities are not as expensive as ETH Zürich, Bartlett School of Architecture etc., which have higher ranking, but I can't afford it) :?:

(I'm sorry if there are some grammar or vocabular mistakes :shock: )
tom_SK
 
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