Master in Collective Housing (MCH) is the 4th best architecture postgraduate program in the world and the 2nd best architecture master's program in Europe according to the Best Architecture Master's Ranking 2021.
Best Architecture Master's, or BAM, is an international platform of postgraduate studies that makes an annual Ranking of Master's Programs in the world. In this edition of the international ranking, MCH has been rated in the top 5 of Architecture Postgraduate Programs in the world. You can find the complete ranking at BAM Official Website.
Some of the most relevant architecture websites such as Archdaily, Archinect, Plataforma Arquitectura, Architectural Association School of Architecture, or The Architect's Newspaper, have also published the results of this well-known ranking.
We are really proud of this recognition, so we would like to congratulate our extraordinary faculty, participants, and staff for their willingness to do and be better, year after year.
BAM Ranking developed a Methodology that evaluates the postgraduates programs through 11 different indicators: consolidation in time, exchange with other universities, affordability & length, teaching approach & program, job opportunities & networking, faculty internationality & diversity, faculty competence, student internationality & diversity, publications, school facilities & reputation, and extra points. You can find the BAM Methodology and more information about indicators 2021 HERE.
22 Master’s Degree programs have been compared and evaluated through the BAM Methodology this year. The list is led by Harvard University (USA) and followed by Columbia University (USA) and TUDelft (The Netherlands). Our MCH occupies the fourth place, and the top 10 is completed by Tsinghua University (China), Princeton University (USA), The Architectural Association (UK), UCL Bartlett (UK), Cornell University (USA), and TUMunich (Germany).
You can check the complete list of results HERE.
The Master of Advanced Studies in Collective Housing is a professional and international postgraduate programme that is developed on a full-time basis, dealing with advanced architectural design in the city and housing. It is designed and taught jointly by the Polytechnic University of Madrid (UPM) and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH).
The application period for MCH2022 is already opened, and it will remain so till 31.01.2022 or until vacancies are filled.