Questions about these courses should be directed to the program instructor.
Please note: course descriptions are tentative and subject to change.
Students on this program are required to enroll in the following course:
ARCH 688 - Special Studio Topics in Architecture (6 credits)
ARCH 675 - Urban Systems (3 credits)
Enrolment in this program
Students will be required to attend one Pre-Departure Session in Winter 2023.
Date of session TBD
Barcelona: Students must in in Barcelona and start classes on this day
May 2 – July 24:
Barcelona: Students will participate in lectures, tours, and assignments throughout the city and at the studio space in Barcelona
Barcelona: Final Studio Review
Barcelona: Students free to return to Calgary or continue on for independent travel
Post-program due dates subject to professor's discretion.
The estimated cost of this Group Study Program will include tuition, airfare, field trips, local transportation, accommodations and meals. The program cost is estimated to be $12,075.
For the full cost breakdown and payment deadlines, please see the program Student Cost Summary.
Important information regarding deposit payments: Deposits are non-refundable. Deposits secure your space in the program and allows payment for logistical arrangements to be made in advance.
Please note: Flight and accommodation costs are estimates. You are responsible for booking your own flights and accommodations and so the prices may vary based on your selections.
International Study Travel Grant: Students studying abroad may be eligible for the University of Calgary's International Study Travel Grant. For more information on eligibility, application details and deadlines please click here.
Waterman Study Abroad Funding will be available for MArch students (no equivalent funding for MPlan or MLA students) participating in these programs. More details will be provided at a later date.
For this program, students will be booking their own accommodations and are responsible for the quality.
Check with your professor as he will have suggestions on convenient locations within the city.
This program is only open to students enrolled in a graduate program in the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape who are in good academic standing.
Applications will be considered by your professor and faculty administrator after the application deadline.
Statement of Purpose
- You can start your application and statement of purpose through the RAISA portal.
- Please tell us why you want to study abroad, why you have selected this particular program (academic reasons, personal interest, career prospects, etc.), how this program will meet your academic objectives and/or complement your degree, how you plan to finance your program and why you should be selected (max 500 words).
- Note: Because the online application will time out after one hour, we recommend that you compose your statement of purpose in advance in Word to check for spelling, grammar, and word count and then paste it into the online application.