The BAM PhD and Master's Searcher will be launched in November 2019
The BAM platform is glad to announce that our PhD and Master’s Searcher will be launched very soon. Thanks to the collaboration of the most important schools of architecture in the world, we will be able to share with all of you a complete offer of academic programs in the field of architecture, urban planning, and architecture history, among others.
The aim of this new section of our website is to give you the unique possibility of finding detailed and accurate information about the most challenging PhD and Master’s programs around the world. Each program’s profile will include its contact information, official website, requirements for admission, and fees, among other data of interest.
Currently, if you want to do a postgraduate program you have to search for them one by one, and complete information concerning programs of interest is usually to be found in different parts of university websites, making the task difficult and confusing. We believe your time is important and that’s why we are making your search easier through our BAM Searcher that will help you when deciding your best option by showing you all the possibilities in the simplest way.
The Searcher will be simple to use, and different filters will help to find the option that suits the interest of architects and architecture students that are aiming to continue their academic training. The BAM Searcher will help you to find academic programs according to their location and topic. The filters by topic will include the following categories: Architecture & Design; Urban Studies & City Planning; History, Theory & Criticism; Sustainability, Construction & Technology; Preservation & Heritage; Landscape & Environment; Housing & Habitat; Governance & Management; Computation & Digital Studies.
If you are planning on doing a Master’s program soon, or starting your research-Doctoral studies in the near future, our Searcher is definitely for you.
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