Special opening hours Print Center Hönggerberg FS 2013
May 01, 2013: 11am - 6pm
Weekend of may 25/26: 1pm - 6pm
Last two weeks of semester: upon request until 6 pm; the prize for a A0-standard paper in the operated zone will be reduced to CHF 11.-.
Wolfgang-Pauli-Str. 15, HIL C47.2
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Final Design Studio Juries
The Final Design Studio Juries are on Tuesday 28th and Wednesday 29 May.
Architectural education at the ETH Zurich
Summary report for the quantitative survey in 2012 (PDF)
In the fall of 2012, the Department of Architecture, ETH Zurich has conducted a survey on the content carried out to obtain input for the development of its programs. 512 people have filled out the questionnaires. The analysis is now available. All who have given your opinion, we once again thank you for your collaboration.
The study of architecture at the ETH Zurich >
Information brochure about the study (PDF German).
Prospective Students >
The information desk and academic counselling services of the Department of Architecture offer prospective students insight into student life and provides decision-making support in the selection of degree programmes. Architects provide accounts of their academic experiences and professional practice.
The academic programme of the D-ARCH takes five years and is structured, following the ‘Bologna’ model, in Bachelor and Master programmes. Further qualifications are available in the form of various advanced study programmes (MAS) or a doctorate.
- Bachelor Education >
- Master Education >
- Continuing Education (MAS) >
- Doctoral Studies >
Current Academic Information >
Information regarding the design programmes of the academic chairs, student performance assessment, and study abroad opportunities can be found here. In addition to general semester deadlines, this section also details the topics and dates of seminar weeks, as well as the detailed plan of the final critiques.
Additional Information >
Information on internships, workshops, military service, scholarships, awards, and contact points for students are summarized in this chapter.