International Studies

The Department of Architecture offers an array of foreign study options in locations such as Australia, India, Japan, Mexico, Rome, and Scandinavia. Programs range in length from quarter long to short term study during university breaks and may be faculty led or based on an individual student exchange.  International programs offer students an opportunity to directly experience architecture, urbanism, and other cultures gaining exposure to the local-global and historical versus contemporary facets of architecture. 

UW students can also find additional foreign study options at the Office of International Programs in 459 Schmitz Hall.

Information on current and future programs is posted as it becomes available.

SCHEDULE OF INTERNATIONAL STUDY PROGRAMS

 
  EARLY FALL EXPLORATION SEMINAR (2 WEEKS) AUTUMN QUARTER WINTER QUARTER SPRING BREAK (~2 WEEKS) SUMMER
2014-2015 Copenhagen: Gehl Scan|Design Master Studio
Nancy Rottle, Jim Nichols
Architecture in Rome
Frank Ching, Louisa Iarocci, Brian McLaren
India: Chandigarh Urban Lab
Vikram Prakash

Australia
Peter Cohan, Glenn Murcutt

Mexico City
Rob Hutchison

Architecture in Scandinavia
Peter Cohan, Jennifer Dee
2015-2016 Copenhagen: Gehl Scan|Design Master Studio
Nancy Rottle, Jim Nichols

Architecture in Rome
Rob Peña, Trina Deines, Galen Minah, Dave Miller

Global Urbanism Berlin
Nicole Huber

Mexico City
Rob Hutchison

Japan
Ken Oshima

Berlin
Nicole Huber

 
  Programs and faculty are subject to change, please contact the Department for current information.   Updated July 2014