SUMMARY The paper deals with the assessment and balance of the educational process at the FA STU. It balances the achievements along with the original prospects. It assesses pedagogical activities since the establishment of the new structure at the FA STU in 1990, taking into consideration the social and political changes of this period.
SUMMARY A masterpiece of architecture originates step by step primarily by the architect’s design and then by manual work. Nowadays designed architecture is not only a coordinated work, joining talent with willingness and skills. It is also a legal contract in relation to the investor and supplier. The graduates of the FA STU should be […]
SUMMARY There is a change in the dominant status of the two educational institutions in architecture, the Faculty of Architecture STU and the Academy of Fine Arts and Design, caused by establishing the departments of architecture at the Faculty of Civil Engineering STU in Bratislava and Košice. The differences are in the length of study, […]
SUMMARY A basic problem of architectural education is to prepare architects for competition in the labour market. Most European universities attempt to provide universal education for the students, usually through a five-year study plan divided into two cycles and one year of practice, depending on individual characteristics in each country. The FA STU should very […]
SUMMARY There are many views concerning the education and training of architects. The discussed profile of an architect, the two-grade model of study, mutual relationship between the accredited branches of study, possibilities to introduce the new branches and innovation of the contents and organization of the study are just a few examples. The variety of […]
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SUMMARY Education in liberal arts at the FA STU does not mean just changing the name and applying quantitative indicators of European standards in liberal arts. This nearly leads to cancelling of liberal arts. Thus it is best to get liberal arts into the base of the profession of an architect. However, this requires courage […]
SUMMARY The paper is divided in three parts. In the introduction there are generak and current reasons to start a new discussion on future architects’ education. The second part “General Considerations” includes general and pressing facts which are the basic characteristics of the study at the Faculty of Architecture as the artistic and engineering phenomenon. […]