Bachelor's – 15th April 2018
Master's - 15th April 2018
Global Architecture and Design – 15th June
Regular students register and start in the winter term (September).
The Bachelor’s programme includes technical courses (Geometry, Mathematics, Structural Engineering, Construction, etc.). ARCHIP students must be proficient in geometry and mathematics to the secondary (high) school level, or be prepared to catch up.
Your abilities, skills and knowledge will be tested in an admission examination to which we will invite you after we examine the submissions you made online:
Step 1 - Application form
- proof of completed secondary (high) school education (if applicable)
- copy of your records from your current (previous) undergraduate school
- your recent photo
Step 2 - Portfolio of works - 15 A3/Landscape pages
- cover page with your name
- essay in English (motivation letter) of 400–500 words, in which you introduce yourself, your choice of field and your motivation for studying architecture
- image content: your architecture design projects and/or drawings, sketches, photography work, sculpture display, etc.
The portfolio must be one PDF file of not more than 10 MB (alternatively, numbered JPEG files in one .zip directory of not more than 10 MB in total).
Step 3 - Interview
You may be asked to give an online interview (Skype)
Step 4 - Online submission of application and portfolio
All admissions-related documents must be submitted via our Information system: is.archip.eu.
We will send you your login details and further instructions after you register your email address in the box below:
ARCHIP undertakes to treat your personal information private and confidential, and to store it in accordance with the applicable laws of the Czech Republic, in particular the Act No. 101/2000 Coll., on the protection of personal information, amending certain other laws, as amended. By submitting you agree that the results of the admission will be announced to you via electronic mail communication.
ARCHIP Admissions Committee will evaluate applications against several criteria (content and style, originality and artistic distinction, formal presentation of the portfolio).
Foreign nationals applying to study in the Czech Republic must contact the Czech embassy in their home country to obtain up-to-date information on the visa requirements for study purposes. Due to the Czech Republic’s membership of the EU, citizens of European Union (EU) Citizen of European Economic Area (EEA) countries (Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway), and citizens of Switzerland, do not require visa for any type of visit or stay in the Czech Republic.
For more information please visit the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Czech Republic:
Please direct your admissions enquiries: [email protected]