Throughout architecture´s history, there has been the perception that the best designs were created by artists whose works remained untouched by the financial constraints of business. However, contemporary architecture has proven that excellence in design, although very necessary, is not quite enough to reach success. The majority of architects are, in fact, entrepreneurs and vocational designers that undertake administrative responsibilities without the proper management education. 

In response to this scenario, IE School of Architecture is launching the Master in Architectural Management and Design, in collaboration with IE Business School and the Architectural Association School of Architecture of London, in order to bridge the gap between advanced design and business management in the architecture field. 

This is the first Master exclusively aimed at architects. The program structure is based on its internationally acclaimed International Executive MBA and helps architects to gain insight into management without setting aside their projects as it is conducted part-time.

To learn more about the program, please review our corresponding web – or if you’re an architect living in Bangkok, please join our upcoming program presentation on Monday, March 22, 2010 at the Business Centre of the Grand Hyatt Erawan.

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