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I am currently studying interior architecture and seeking to get my master degree in architecture. As you possibly know it is possible for anyone with a bachelor degree in any field to study M.Arch in the U.S.A. which takes up to 3 years to finish but some schools offers 2 years of study time for the ones who hold a degree in an architectural field or its equivalent. What about europe/asia/australia are there any schools that offer a M.Arch degree for interior architects/designers?
I can only speak for The Netherlands, but here you've got 2 options: University or Academy. University architecture master is 2 years minimum, but you'll need a bachelor in building engineering. This will make you Msc. After 2 more years of experience you can register yourself as an architect. University is a full-time study. Academy is 4 years minimum and requires a bachelor in building engineering or interior architecture (or a great portfolio and some experience) to get in. Academy makes you MArch. After the 4 years are completed you can register as an architect. So same goal in the same time, different routes. Academy is a part-time study that requires you to at least work 3,5 of the 4 years at an architecture firm.
First of all thank you for your response, that's a great system but is it possible for international students to get accepted and work in a firm while studying?
Interior Architect? please...
Yes they get accepted. Academies Rotterdam and Amsterdam have English spoken classes. The academies help you seek an internship/job.
That's some good news, made my day. Thank you Paul...