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The courses Architectural History and Theory, and Conservation and Regeneration will be open to graduates from any discipline starting this year.
Out of six new postgraduate programmes introduced in CEPT this year, two will be opening their arms to students who do not hail from a background in architecture or engineering. The two programmes to do so are Architectural History and Theory, and Conservation and Regeneration. The university, well-known for its programmes in architecture and planning, has so far been very specific in its eligibility criteria.This move seems to align with its attempts to become more flexible in its overall programme structure.
The programme Architectural History and Theory is open to graduates irrespective of their graduating degree, in keeping with some of the best Masters programmes in the UK for Architectural History which are also open to graduates from other backgrounds. The course is meant for those interested in furthering research on the built environment. Most of the learning will take place using studio-based pedagogy, whereby students will engage with real-time processes. Upon completion of this programme, one would develop curatorial, analytical and narrative abilities through empirical research. The course is designed such that people who aspire to work as educators, researchers or entrepreneurs, can pursue and excel.
Subhrangsu Goswami, Chairman of the Admissions Committee of CEPT University said to Ahmedabad Mirror,“Students who join this course will learn from friends more than the teachers. There will be heterogeneity in the class as students from different graduate programmes will pursue this course.” Students who belong to backgrounds other than architecture or engineering will undergo interviews that will be conducted to check aptitude, inclination and knowledge relevant to the course and these students will be conferred an MA degree, while students with a background in architecture or engineering will get an M.Arch degree.
For the course Conservation and Regeneration, anyone with a graduate degree in architecture, planning, interior design, urban design, archaeology, structural and civil engineering, or construction technology, is eligible to apply. However, the course makes exception for people who may have other degrees but have gained professional experience relevant to the field, and it invites them to send their portfolios. Conservation and Regeneration is about the theory and practice of conserving historic architectural works and enabling sensitive urban regeneration through a conservation perspective. The course focuses on skills necessary for practice.
If you plan a career along either of these lines, admissions are open till April 20, 2018. The two courses will begin in July 2018.
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