Architecture is one of the most sought-after professions in both our region and the world. The graduates of this department will gain knowledge related to their field learn to present the solutions/suggestions that these problems require.
Architects not only address aesthetic issues in the structures they design, but also have to consider the ergonomics, comfort, accessibility and health and safety of their buildings. Our Architecture Programme aims to ensure the continuous development of the educational spectrum that will ensure competence in relevant fields in accordance with the modern-day requirements.
Apart from working as a freelance architect in their own workplace, architects can also work in multi-purpose institutions. Graduates can find career opportunities in many industries including: interior design, urban planning and construction management. Architects can also specialise in construction management, urban planning and design if they wish to pursue a graduate degree.
When I visited university, I was immediately captured by the creative atmosphere, as if I was in another world, amazing in its splendor! ARUCAD is not like all those typical universities that I visited earlier. Teachers reveal exactly talent, without loading us with knowledge that will not be useful at all later. I have never seen such a vibrant and colorful university. This is the best university, due to the atmosphere, which literally penetrate, crossing the threshold of this marvelous place.
- Medium of Instructions English
- Programme Duration 4 YEARS
- English Preparatory School YES
Prof. Gülay Çetinkaya ÇiftçioğluHead of Department email@example.com
She completed her BSc (in 1991) and MSc (in 1996) at the Department of Landscape Architecture of Çukurova University in Turkey. She earned her Ph.D. degree from Saint-Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering in Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation in 2002. Her research interests particularly focus on landscape planning, landscape management, natural resource analysis and management, planning of protected areas, ecotourism planning, and rural development.
She worked for a non-governmental organization (the Turkish Foundation for Combating Soil Erosion, for Reforestation and the Protection of Natural Habitats -TEMA) (2004-2005), an international organization (United Nations University Institute of Advanced Studies-UNU-IAS in Kanazawa, Japan) (2005-2007), and several national universities (the European University of Lefke and Cyprus Science University) (2008-August 2021). During this process, she participated in and/or carried out a range of research projects (e.g. European Union Life Project “Cukurova Delta Biosphere Reserve in Adana, Turkey” and “Landscape management, protection and planning in the region of Sugla Lake in Konya Province of Turkey”) that were financially supported by the national (the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization in Turkey) and international (the German Society for Technical Cooperation-GTZ) organizations. Prof. Dr. Çetinkaya Çiftçioğlu has published 3 books, 36 articles in peer-reviewed journals, and about 50 papers in relevant conferences. She is fluent in English and Russian.
Asst. Prof. Dr. Saloumeh Khayyat Kahoueisaloumeh.firstname.lastname@example.org
She took her Bachelor’s degree in architecture from Khayyam University of Mashhad, Iran in 2008. She worked as a designer in the private sector between 2007 and 2010. She was a d various residential complexes. She obtained her Master of Science in Architecture in 2013from the Department of Architecture, at Eastern Mediterranean University(EMU). Her master’s studies were about the proximity of green space in housing areas. she completed a PhD in Architecture at Eastern Mediterranean University in 2022 with a focus on the Study of Green Space Morphology and Typology in the Urban Landscape of Northern Nicosia. She worked as a research assistant from 2010 to 2020 at EMU, Department of Architecture. Shestarted her teaching experiences as a part-time instructor in 2020 in the architecture department at Eastern Mediterranean University. Her research area is Urban Morphology, urban landscape, housing and housing green spaces. She is a member of the Cyprus Network of Urban Morphology (CyNUM) since 2018. Currently, she is working in the faculty of design at Arkin University of Creative Arts and Design.
Asst. Prof. Dr. Tina Davooditina.email@example.com
She has completed her undergraduate, master, and doctorate in the field of Architecture. She was a research teaching assistant between 20142019). She published several scientific articles and served as a reviewer in many scientific journals. She also consulted and completed some residential projects in Iran (1999-2005).
Dr. Olgica Grcheva