Ali Reza Eini Far
Maryam Gharavi Alkhansari
Seyed Yahya Islami
Amir Saeid Mahmoodi
Heshmat Allah Motadein
saeid Najafi Ziarani
The Sixth National Conference on Architectural Education took place on 3rd and 4th December 2017 from 8am until 6pm. The first day of the conference took place in the Avini Hall of the College of Fine Arts and was mainly...
On Monday 2nd October 2017, the newly matriculated first year students of Architecture visited Tehran's Book Garden, which is situated in the Abbas Abad Hills, in central Tehran. In this one day visit, organised by the Student...
In a small ceremony carried out on 9th April 2017, Dr. Hamidreza Ansari was inaugurated as the new Deputy of Education for the School of Architecture. In this meeting, special acknowledgement and gratitude was given to Dr. Ahmad Ali...
According to the Global Higher Education Analysis Firm "Quacquarelli Symonds" (QS) the School of Architecture of the University of Tehran reached the top 200 of the world's top universities for the study of...
It is with a heavy heart that we have to announce that Ms. Zahra Foomezhi, the International Secretary to the College of Fine Arts and one the most active members of staff in the School of Architecture...
The second exhibition of selected works from the student of architecture was on display from 6 to 15 of December in the College of Fine Arts Exhibition Hall.
Like last year's exhibition, this year, projects from...
Master of Architecture
Considering the need for utilising architects who are expert in both research and practice, and considering the desire of many architecture graduates for further education in the postgraduate and Ph.D. programmes, the University of Tehran, which is the oldest university in Iran, began its discontinuous masters programme in 1381(2002). The programme accepts around twenty students every year.
In order to enrich architectural education, the possibility of different design studios with their own particular theme has been catered for. This first of these was the Interior Architecture programme, which began in 1389 (2010). The course accepts around fifteen students a year.
Duration of the Course
In accordance with the regulations set up by the Ministry of Science, Research and Technology, the total teaching units for the Masters of Architecture curriculum is 32 and the duration of the programme is a minimum of four semesters and a maximum of six semesters.
While the students carry out studio design work, they also undergo various theoretical courses which are designed to work in harmony with their design curriculum.
Graduates of the architecture or interior architecture programmes will be able to operate in the following fields or roles:
1. They can become architectural consultants in the design and development of architectural projects and produce design proposals for phase 1 and 2 of a project.
2. They can be architectural consultants in planning, research, environmental, social and architectural studies.
3. Graduates can pursue various research projects and delve deeper into architectural theory.
4. They can oversee the construction process or manage a project.
5. They will be able to form collaborative teams to carry out large-scale architectural projects.
On March 6th 2018, in a ceremony held in the office of the Dean of College of Fine Arts, Dr. Alireza Einifar was introduced as the new Deputy of Education of the College of Fine Arts. In this event, special...