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Discover Biodigital Architecture. We offer you the chance to take part in the first architecture programme that explores the subject from a biological and digital perspective. Read more

Discover Biodigital Architecture

We offer you the chance to take part in the first architecture programme that explores the subject from a biological and digital perspective. An avant-garde syllabus and a new, 21st-century concept at your fingertips.

You will have the opportunity to use state-of-the-art technology with new production possibilities. And a whole new world of tools will open up to you, enhancing your professional qualifications and job skills.

Are you ready to see the possibilities awaiting you in the field of biodigital architecture?

Why choose Biodigital Architecture?

  1. Innovative education: Experiment with genetic-driven software, evolutionary processes, emerging systems and scripting.
  2. New vision of cybernetic-digital and environmental processes: Explore concepts such as bio-learning and morphogenesis.
  3. International approach and premier academic staff: Learn with an international teaching body which has made significant contributions to this new cutting-edge field of biodigital architecture. 

About the master's degree

UIC Barcelona's Master's Degree in Biodigital Architecture is a pioneering programme of the ESARQ - School of Architecture at UIC Barcelona that combines architecture, biology and new digital trends. Since the year 2000 this programme has offered a unique approach to architecture from a biological and digital perspective.

The teaching programme establishes points of contact between new cybernetic-digital and ecological-environmental techniques. It incorporates experimental concepts, methods and works that use genetic-driven software, evolutionary processes, emerging systems, algorithms, parametric models and scripting. An innovative view of architecture that draws from areas such as genetic versus generative, natural versus digital and the impact of new biologies.

An avant-garde architecture and design programme that integrates the latest developments in conceptualisation and projection technology: Data-Driven Production, CNC numerical control machines, 3D printers... In short, a non-standard form of architecture that applies and promotes the genetic and digital principles of variation, mutation and hybridisation.

Prospective students

If you have a university degree in Architecture, Engineering, Fine Arts, Design, Landscaping, Biology or Genetics, this is the right master's degree for you. No previous specialised knowledge of cybernetics or ecology is required.

Job Opportunities

Architecture, Engineering, Design, Art, Teaching and Research.

The combination of advanced digital technology applied to architecture and biological knowledge will open up a new, as of yet untapped market. 

Academic accreditation

University Master's Degree (official), which enables you to undertake doctoral studies.

Facilities

Digital manufacturing laboratory and genetics laboratory.

Curriculum and subjects

Introduction to Genetics and Biodigital Architecture

Seminars and conferences on:

  • Metaphysics and Computation
  • Theories of Emergence
  • The Fundamentals of Genetics
  • The Emergent Nature of Life
  • Eco Manipulation
  • Genetic vs. Generative
  • Digital Tools and Organic Forms
  • New Bio and Digital Techniques
  • The work of Antoni Gaudí and Salvador Dalí as a source of Biodigital Architecture

Information Systems:

Digital Tools and Organic Forms

  • Practical classes with training in digital tools such as generative software, parametric associative software, scripting, production tools and CAD/CAM machining, linked to project development

Genetic and Biodigital Architectural Design

  • Studios and workshops including personalised tutorials in order to develop designs and carry out research

Masters dissertation

  • Final presentation of research project.

Admission criteria

In addition to meeting the legal requirements described in the access routes, the Office of Admissions will highly value:

  1. Applications that show sufficient prior training
  2. Transcripts from previous studies
  3. Transferred credits
  4. Descriptions of relevant work experience

Priority will be given to candidates who have completed studies in engineering (preferably industrial engineering) or business management.

Reservation and enrolment

Once accepted, you must pay 20% of the full cost of the master's degree in order to reserve a place

You must pay the remaining 80% in one lump sum once enrolment is complete.



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This programme is only available to study at the Dubai campus. Facilities Management is responsible for co-ordinating all efforts relating to planning, designing and managing buildings and their systems, equipment and furniture to enhance the organisation’s ability to compete in a rapidly changing world. Read more
This programme is only available to study at the Dubai campus.

Facilities Management is responsible for co-ordinating all efforts relating to planning, designing and managing buildings and their systems, equipment and furniture to enhance the organisation’s ability to compete in a rapidly changing world. It involves the integration of multi-disciplinary activities with the built environment and the management of their impact upon the people and the workplace.

The MSc/Diploma in Facilities Management develops competencies and skills to enable its graduates to manage facilities effectively for a changing business world. Facilities Management provides proactive support and dynamism to the core business of an organisation through a coordinated and well managed approach to secondary business functions. Graduates from the programme will gain the skills necessary to fully realise the potential of facilities management in providing effective and productive environments which meet the needs of today’s businesses.

The MSc is fully accredited by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and the British Institute of Facilities Management.

Programme Content

The growth of facilities management offers great opportunities for professionals who are competent in the core roles required for 21st Century facilities management. . The programme comprises 5 core courses and 3 elective cours

Course Choice

•Service Procurement and Provision – mandatory
This course looks at the key services that make up a modern facilities management operation ranging from interior design, landscaping and courtesy services to the more traditional property related services concerned with the upkeep of facilities. The course provides a theoretical basis for service procurement; the selection of service providers; and risk management models. It considers the organisational, human and cultural impact of facilities and ways in which improved services can affect facility performance. Within the course, ongoing performance measurement systems are also described which enable the effective management of service contracts.

•Space Planning and Management - mandatory
This course provides a strategic overview of space from a business perspective. It identifies the supply and demand process in relation to property portfolios and considers tools and techniques that enable the effective modelling and use of space. It examines the concept of flexibility and reuse in the context of a changing organisational context. Alternative space strategies are examined in the course in tandem with new ways of working. It also considers how space can be used to support work-life balance strategies in organisations.

•Asset Maintenance Management - mandatory
This course examines the effective management and maintenance of operational property. Key aspects include: maintenance policy and standards; planned and responsive maintenance; asset appraisal and evaluation; information management; maintenance; property portfolios; acquisitions and disposals.

•Contracts & Procurement - mandatory
This course considers facilities management in the broader context of the construction cycle. The advent of new procurement methods such as the Private Finance Initiative (PFI) have inevitably drawn facilities managers into the larger issue of construction projects and their procurement, This course considers procurement arrangement options, principles of contract law, procurement through Public Private Partnerships, construction contracts, negotiation, as well as conflicts and disputes. Facilities managers have an ever increasing contribution to make in this process in the capacity of informed client.

•Sustainable Practices in Facilities Management - mandatory
This course examines a number of key issues in facilities management which are rapidly gaining significance within the industry. The purpose of the course is to familiarise the facilities manager with contemporary issues in facilities management and the relevant guidelines, assessment procedures, and standards for sustainable and strategic facilities issues. Key issues covered include: sustainability, energy management, waste management, the working environment, and comfort and productivity in the workplace.

For BIFM accreditation, students should undertake the following three elective courses:

People & Organisational Management in the Built Environment - optional
Business Management for Built Environment Professionals – optional
Project Management (Theory and Practice) - optional

Alternatively, students can choose (subject to timetabling) three other electives from a range of management courses offered by the School, including:

Value and Risk Management – optional
Macroeconomics, Finance and the Built Environment - optional
Corporate Property Asset Management - optional
Property Investment and Finance – optional

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The Master of Hospitality Management, Lebanese and Mediterranean Gastronomy and Lifestyle is the first post graduate curriculum dedicated to Lebanese gastronomy and lifestyle studies. Read more

The Master of Hospitality Management, Lebanese and Mediterranean Gastronomy and Lifestyle is the first post graduate curriculum dedicated to Lebanese gastronomy and lifestyle studies. It aims at developing specialists with a thorough understanding of the Lebanese cuisine, pastry, culture and lifestyle. It also covers the interconnection between the Lebanese and Mediterranean cultures. Graduates of this degree will offer new perspectives in the development of Lebanese restaurant concepts, the management of Lebanese restaurant franchises, culinary travel and agritourism businesses.

Program at a glance

1) Culture and gastronomy (Lebanese and Mediterranean Food Culture, The Mediterranean Diet, Lebanese and Mediterranean Forestry, Agriculture and Landscaping, Culinary Trends in Lebanese and Mediterranean Cuisine…).

2) Management (Strategic Management, Managerial Accounting, Strategic Food and Beverage Management, Management Simulation Exercise …).

3) Project/Thesis.

International Students

Find out more about studying as an international student at USJ here: https://www.usj.edu.lb/sri/index_en.php



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