The Bachelor Spatial Design programme can be individually tailored to suit your own life and work situation. In the full-time programme, students complete projects and courses in parallel in one semester. In the part-time programme, students attend the skills courses and projects spread over two semesters. However, full-time and part-time students study in the same classes. In addition to the subject-specific projects and courses, there are occasional interdisciplinary block weeks that can be chosen individually.
The part-time model has the advantage that you can work alongside your studies, for example, but the studies then take longer. However, you can switch between the full-time and part-time model at the beginning of each academic year of the Bachelor of Spatial Design programme if you register in advance. This means that the degree programme can be adapted to current and individual needs. Students decide for themselves how long they want to study, with a maximum duration of 12 semesters.
The admission procedure is identical for both models - the full-time and the part-time model. You only have to state the model you have chosen when registering and give reasons for choosing the part-time model in your letter of motivation. That‘s all.
For further information, please contact the head of the Bachelor Spatial Design programme, Klaus Marek.