The training systems of the School of Architecture and Civil Engineering are assertive and lively. Career challenges are dealt with passionately and with profound knowledge. Students are trained in two branches: architecture students generally show artistic traits and sense the human aspects so that they may be translated into their architectural production. Engineers on the other hand, tend to identify natural phenomena that may affect building construction.
Architects and Engineers join forces to form a work team that will respond to society’s expectations by designing and creating spaces for human interaction.