The core BA programme “Architecture and Urbanism” is based upon international experience in architectural education and it is unique for Ukraine. The students master the basic competences in architecture and project work through on-going practice and design of individual projects in the Studio, which provides a realistic project work environment for architects.
One-year preparatory course to get acquainted with architecture and urbanism. The course focuses on the basic humanitarian challenges and crucial architectural skills. The students acquire theoretical and practical skills, gradually master unique disciplines and create their own projects.
A course for teenagers in architecture, graphics and aesthetics, urbanism and spatial thinking. The studios plunge the students into project work and team work, get them interested in architecture and provide an opportunity to make their first creative projects.
Discussion “The path to the dream: what are the prospects of Ukrainian higher education?”
Lviv, “Porochova Vezha”, Padvalna 4 str.
July 7, 6:30 p.m
War greatly changes our ideas and decisions about basic needs and priorities. Safety and provision of urgent needs becomes a priority. Education in a state of war recedes into the background. It is subject to great risks and not only due to the destruction of infrastructure and lack of funding, but also due to the lack of understanding of its priority on the part of the authorities, international humanitarian missions and citizens themselves.
The Ukrainian system of higher education is in a state of permanent reform. How does the Ukrainian higher school respond to the global challenges of the information society, the acceleration of the pace of life and natural disasters? Where is its place in international discussions about the need for radical changes in the education system? Why is the state of transit from the post-Soviet to the new higher school delayed and what consequences does it have? How did the Soviet years affect higher school? How did the Ukrainian higher school meet the war? What are the risks for higher education institutions in a state of war and also what opportunities for change does today’s situation provide?
We will talk about the state, challenges and prospects of higher education in Ukraine with:
Vasyl Kosiv – rector of the Lviv National Academy of Arts,
Oleg Drozdov – co-founder and president of the Kharkiv School of Architecture,
Dmytro Sherengovskyi – vice-rector for academic affairs of the Ukrainian Catholic University,
Oleksandr Anisimov – urban planning researcher, NGO “New housing policy”
Moderator: Bohdan Shumylovych – researcher of the Center of Urban History.
The discussion takes place as part of the public program of the exhibition “Idea. Matter. Architecture.” and the multimedia exhibition project “Muses are not silent”.
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