One of the highlights of our Master of Architecture program
Directed Studies Abroad (DSA)
In the winter semester, students have the opportunity to spend an entire semester studying abroad under the supervision of academic and practicing architects. During this time students who opt to participate have the ability to take all required courses, which residing abroad. The courses are delivered by renowned architects and scholars who teach and practice in the chosen city. The semester is positioned between the “Gateway / Comprehensive” studio and the yearlong thesis, and offers students an extraordinary and diverse academic experience being immersed in a different cultural context and experiencing diverse approaches to contemporary architecture. Learn more
An inspiring event
Forum Lecture Series
The Forum Lecture series is a long-held tradition of the school. First initiated in 1968 and popularized in the 1980s and early 1990s the lecture series was an inspiring event, introducing the Carleton community to leading architectural thinkers of the day. Held during the academic year, approximately one lecture is held per month from the end of September to March.
Fellowships, Awards and Bursaries
The Azrieli School of Architecture and urbanism is continually striving to provide additional funding for students to support them through their academic programs. View a list of the fellowships, awards and bursaries available.