The candidate's abilities, skills and knowledge for study at the school of architecture will be tested in the admission examination. The student must have completed the secondary school education certificated by school leaving examination (this proof can be submitted later this year by current students of secondary school, as a condition of the enrollment itself).
The candidate will complete an online application form on the school’s website, and subsequently send a digital portfolio of his/her work, including a short motivation letter. The admissions committee will examine the submissions and assess the candidate’s aptitude for study, in particular their composition, creative and artistic talent and the candidate’s interest in the discipline of architecture.
ARCHIP welcomes students already studying Architecture who want to spend one or more semesters in Prague as visiting students (with possible recognition of credits as agreed) – or to become transfer students, to have some courses recognized and to finish their study at ARCHIP. If you wish to be admitted as a visiting or transfer student, please follow the instruction for the admissions procedure for prospective regular students The tuition fee per semester is also in the same amount as for regular students. Only transfer/visiting students can start their study also with the summer term.
The study programme features some technical courses (Geometry, Mathematics, Statics, Construction, etc.), so ARCHIP students have to know the high school level of geometry and mathematics (see the Study Programme) – or have to learn it themselves during their study. The college is capable to help with that (private catch-up classes).
Deadline for submission of the online application form + portfolio (3rd round):
15 June 2013
Notification of the admission procedure results – Rector’s letter to the email address given in the application form:
22 June 2013
Acceptance of the Agreement on Study:
30 June 2013
The online application form is accessible via the secured connection only!