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Want To Pursue Architecture? Here Are The World’s Top Universities

The study of architecture is an interesting blend of sciences and arts. It involves the study and design of buildings and other structures. However, it is not as simple as it sounds. There is a world of things a student of architecture studies; from history and theories of architecture to computer-aided techniques and sustainable development, architecture is an interdisciplinary sector. Good courses on architecture ensure that students learn the art and sciences, along with the fundamentals of efficiency, analytical skills, and contemporary necessities.
If you are interested in the study of architecture, you should certainly pursue it as there is a lot of scopes out there for its graduates. However, you must consider the top-tier universities that offer the world’s best courses on architecture.

Let’s see them analytically:

  1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), United States
    MIT is a world-class research university that was founded in the year 1861. The purpose of its foundation was to enhance the pace of industrial development in the United States at the time. It has ever since then been at the forefront of the industrial and entrepreneurial development of the country. Its academic organization focuses primarily on sciences and engineering and comprises 5 schools; these schools include Science, Engineering, Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences, Management, and Architecture and Planning. Being a research-oriented university, it has invested greatly in its associations with organizations such as the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research, Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions, and MIT-Politecnico di Milano.
  2. Delft University of Technology (TU Delft), Netherlands
    Founded in the year 1842, TU Delft is the oldest public technical university in the Netherlands. It has a reputation for its courses on engineering and technology which makes it among the top in the world. There are a total of 8 faculties including Industrial Design Engineering, Civil Engineering and Geosciences, Applied Sciences, Aerospace Engineering, Mechanical, Maritime and Materials Engineering, and Architecture and the Built Environment. To bolster its contribution to national and international scholarship, it maintains 3 internationally acclaimed institutes, namely the Research Institute for the Built Environment, Reactor Institute Delft, and International Research Centre for Telecommunications-transmission and Radar. TU Delft is popular for Traditionalist School in Dutch architecture.
  3. University College London (UCL), United Kingdom
    Being a member of the University of London, UCL commands pride and respect in the world. It is the second-largest university in the country and was founded way back in the year 1826. Since its inception, it has expanded its academic organization through periodic mergers with a slew of institutes and schools such as the Royal Free Hospital Medical School and the Institute of Education. A wide range of faculties is administered here including that of Arts and Humanities, Laws, Mathematical and Physical Sciences, Social and Historical Sciences, and the Built Environment. Research centers have been developed under its aegis for furthering quality research output such as the UCL Centre for Blockchain Technologies.
  4. ETH Zurich, Switzerland
    ETH Zurich is a consistent entrant on the list of the world’s best institutions. Established in the year 1854, it has become a charming center of education and learning among international students. With its focus on science, engineering, and technology, it maintains related departments all of which are globally acclaimed. Its departments include Architecture and Civil Engineering, Engineering Sciences, Natural Sciences and Mathematics, and Management and Social Sciences. A handful of influential organizations are associated with it such as the Collegium Helveticum, Military Academy, Swiss National Supercomputing Centre, and ETH Zurich Foundation.
  5. Harvard University, United States
    A prized Ivy League school, Harvard University was established in the year 1636, making it the oldest institution of higher education in the country. It houses the largest academic library system in the world and has produced more Noble Laureates than any university across the globe. Presently, there are 10 faculties in its academic organization, alongside the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Arts, and Sciences. Being a founding member of the prestigious Association of American universities, it is unsurprisingly quite phenomenal in terms of research output. Its medical school produces the best-ranked research in the world. Overall, the research activity is very high on myriad parameters.
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