Jindal Adelaide Architecture PathwayOctober 26, 2023 2023-11-20 7:55
Jindal Adelaide Architecture Pathway
Jindal Adelaide Architecture Pathway
FOUR YEARS PROGRAMME
About The Programme
The Jindal Adelaide Architecture pathway is the first and only architecture course of study in India designed to graduate global architects eligible for licensure across Australia, New Zealand, India, and other countries through mutual recognition. The program’s unique structure will have the students completing their first three years at Jindal School of Art & Architecture (JSAA) from where they will transfer to the Undergraduate Program in Bachelor of Architectural Design at the University of Adelaide in year four. Upon the satisfactory completion of the fourth year of studies, students will receive their Bachelor of Architectural Design from the University of Adelaide and a Bachelor of Arts (Hons.)
Built Environment Studies from OP Jindal Global University. Students will then proceed to the two-year Professional Master of Architecture Program at the University of Adelaide for completion of a professional graduate degree in Architecture.
What Makes It Different at JGU
The Architecture program in India offers a unique opportunity for students to gain recognition across multiple countries, including India, Australia, New Zealand, and others through mutual recognition agreements. Graduates are eligible for registration as architects across India, Australia, New Zealand, and more. Students can also benefit from a minimum three-year post-study work visa in Australia. The curriculum blends architectural education and expertise globally, incorporating teachings from India and Australia. Students have the privilege of studying in renowned universities with accomplished faculty members from around the world. This provides opportunities to interact with top architects and designers from India, Australia, and New Zealand. Additionally, students can access the Deloitte Academy of Studies at the University of Adelaide, along with state-of-the-art facilities for BIM, 3D modeling, Motion Capture, and Rapid Prototyping across the universities.
Graduating students are eligible for a minimum three-year post-study work visa in Australia. Global Curriculum which blends architectural education and expertise across India and Australia Study in two top-ranking universities with highly accomplished global faculty; get to meet top architects and designers across India, Australia, and New Zealand Be a part of the Deloitte Academy of Studies at the University of Adelaide Access state-of-the-art facilities in BIM, 3D modeling, Motion Capture, and Rapid Prototyping across JGU and UoA
For any query related to admissions into our B. Arch, BA (Hons.) Built Environment Studies JGU Pathway, BA (Hons.) Built Environment Studies Adelaide Pathway & Bachelor of Design (B.Des) Programmes & Hostel Facilities, please contact us.
The Community & Urban Development programme at Jindal School of Art and Architecture is designed to equip students with the necessary tools to engage with cities and communities, enhancing their experiences and improving their lives through sustainable and innovative design processes. This programme empowers students to regulate land use and infrastructure, design sustainable waste management, and develop finance packages for cities and communities, while ensuring all members of the community are involved in the decision-making process.
The programme draws its faculty from a wide spectrum of academic and operational expertise, ranging from history, sociology, engineering, architecture, law, arts, geography, economics, anthropology, among others. Graduates of the programme can pursue a range of careers in areas such as city planning, environmental assessment, road safety and urban transport, air quality, energy studies, geoinformatics, sustainable infrastructure, urban governance, law and policy studies, development planners, policy researchers, social marketers, financial managers, CSR, transport planners, public health managers, educators, surveyors, journalists and media professionals, social workers, environmental impact analysts, construction managers, community developers, among others.