8 Months Lessons +
Final Submission in December
ETSA Madrid, Spain
MCH created an environment that allowed for exchanging ideas, values, theories, experiences, cultures that culminated into many different design concepts to be tested by colleagues and international experts.
Architects like Anne Lacaton, Andrea Deplazes, Alison Brooks, amongst others, share with the participants contemporary ideas and relevant issues which, approached from different backgrounds, result in a wide variety of concepts and solutions.
I got deep into diverse subjects regarding collective housing, energy and cities and I became a great team player, working in fast-paced and deadline-driven environments, but mostly getting to know myself, my weaknesses and strengths on a deeper level.
The working atmosphere has been incredible in many ways, such as the commitment and quality of the professors, who are devoted and passionate about teaching, and the personal contact with all the people in charged.
The amount of knowledge and produced work is incredible, considering the sort time of period. The professors are well-known architects with great experience in their fields. The opportunity to work near to prestigious professionals such as Andrea Deplazes, Dietmar Eberle, Alison Brooks, Anne Lacaton is an invaluable experience.
MCH has given me a vast knowledge of what as professionals in the world do in a very intense and rigorous working method. The course has given us the opportunity to examine and approach a situation in a responsive and creative method which I find is the key to broaden the understanding of architecture and add it in our professional palette.
The Master of Advanced Studies in Collective Housing is a postgraduate professional program of advanced architecture design focused on housing, city and energy studies.
The program consists of 600 hours ( 60 ETCS). Each credit is associated to 25 personal studying - working hours.
Participants will develop their skills through workshops and specialties.
Architects from all nations willing to increase their knowledge and research field in collective housing and high density cities, and able to demonstrate good skills.
MCH takes place mainly in Madrid, where participants attend to lessons daily. The accommodation needed during the study trips abroad will be organized by the MCH Office and included in the tuition fee price.
We want to help you achieve your goal of attending MCH. Although MCH doesn't have a scholarship program, candidates are helped to find their best financial option.
Teaching about housing,
city and energy studies
Who have experienced the
excellence of our intensive program
Thanks to new career opportunities
and job improvement
From over 38 countries
and the 5 continents