|Nominal duration||3,5 years|
|Awards||Bachelor (Bachelor of Engineering Sciences in Architecture)|
|Tuition fee||€6,000.00 per year|
|Application fee||€190.00 one-time|
High school / secondary education (or higher)
Examination in drawing/spatial modeling after arriving at RISEBA University.
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English / Russian.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
You must take verified copies of the entry qualification documents along with you when you finally go to the university.
A relevant portfolio is required.
Interview and work portfolio (documentation of the previously performed works reflecting person’s individuality, creativity and capacity for work, in any field and techniques (photo, cinema, music, dance, computer graphics, multimedia, design, installations etc.)
|Accreditation||December 31, 2018: Ministry of Education, Republic of Latvia|
The Studies on six fields of concentration:Architectural Design; Fine Art; Building Technology and Science; Project Management, Economics and law; City Planning; History and Theory of Architecture; Humanities and Social Subjects; Practice; Bachelor Thesis.
*Architecture students are invited and encouraged to compose their curriculum by choosing additional courses also from other Creative and Business faculties.
The curriculum aims to integrate the knowledge of all these diverse, yet complementing domains. The main aspiration is to provide students with the ability of analytical thinking and problem solving: granting the knowledge, intellectual capacity and practical skills of interrelating apparently separate domains of architectural realm of theory and practice.
The successive years of the curriculum built up on one another in Architectural Design studies. Each academic year, the curriculum aims to explore consequently more complex issues and scales of design problems as such:
- Principles of design
- Private space and dwelling
- Public space and place-making
- Urban space and urban regeneration
First year Second year
Fundamentals of Visual Structures and Composition
Basics of design I
Math (Calculus) I
Descriptive geometry I
Fine arts I
English for Architects I
Introduction to Architectural culture I
Basics of design II
Basics of building technologies
Math (Calculus) II
Descriptive geometry II
Fine arts II
English for Architects II
History of art, architecture and urban design I
Ethics and social responsibility in architecture 3rd Semester
Architectural Design I
Building technologies and practices I
Introduction to architectural structural systems
Fine arts III
Computer media in architecture
History of art, architecture and urban design II
Architectural Design II
Building science and application I
Building technologies and practices II
Architectural structures I
Fine arts IV
Computer applications in design I
History of art, architecture and urban design III
Third year Fourth year
Architectural Design III
Building science and application II
Building technologies and practices III
Architectural structures II
Computer applications in design II
Architectural theory and criticism I
Architectural Design IV
Architectural structures III
Architectural theory and criticism II
Building science and application III
Project and construction management
Basics of work safety
Cultural heritage 7th Semester
Interior (Fine arts)
Basics of legal aspects
Bachelor Thesis (Final/State Exam)
*There is also available a wide range of free selection courses of Section ©. Architecture students are invited to compose their curriculum by choosing additional courses also from other Creative and Business faculties.