8 Months Lessons +
Final Submission in December
ETSA Madrid, Spain
Furthermore, teamwork is a big part of this master. In most cases we had to learned how to take fast decisions and learn from others. Debates and discussions are part of this master and that makes it more interesting and challenging.
The important thing about the MCH is not only what happens during its time, but what comes next over the years.
The master's degree is simply extraordinary and I think it has changed the lives of each and every one of the students who have gone through its more than ten editions.
The MAS in Collective Housing is a sum of very diverse perspectives about housing, and what we amass with a group of them and between them.
Over the 7 months we have had excellent professors who helped me to develop my skills to the edge.
Looking back after finishing MCH, I am convinced I could not have chosen a better option, as I grew up intellectually and personally. We have really had great professionals teaching at MCH.
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
From 5 continents: Europe, America, Asia, Africa and Oceania