Escola Superior Artistica do Porto
Curso de Arquitectura
Porto, Portugal
Address
Escola Superior Artistica do Porto
Curso de Arquitectura
Largo S.Domingos n.80
4050-545 Porto
Portugal

N 41° 8' 35.01'', E 41° 8' 35.01''

http://www.esap.pt/
Contact
Paolo Marcolin

e: arquitectura@esap.pt
t: 00 351 223 392 130
f: 00 351 223 392 138
Representative
Paolo Marcolin
Head of Department
Degree programmes
Bachelor:

ESAP is located in the historic centre of Oporto City - a world heritage.

Largo de S. Domingos, nº80

Rua de Belmonte, nº49

Rua do Infante D.Henrique, nº131

280 students (0 Bachelor, 280 Master, 0 PhD), 5% of foreign students.

55 staff members (9 full-time and approx. 46 visiting lecturers and critics).

Student Activities

Student's Association

Facilities

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Audio - Lab
Audio Visual Lab
CAD - Lab
Cafeteria
Computer Room
Computing service
Conference auditorium
Construction Lab
Copycenter
Engraving Lab
Exhibition hall,
Extensivemodelling workshop
Lecture Room
Library
Media Lab
Painting studio
Photographic Studio
Plot centre
Printing facilities
Refectory and cafeteria
Serigraphy Lab
Sound Lab

Accommodation

Although the School doesn't provide accommodations for students, the Student's Association can help to find proper accommodations through:

Phone- +351223392130

Email: esap.ae@gmail.com

Admission Requirements

Full High school (12th year),

Two of the following three subjects: Drawing; Geometry; History of Visual Arts

Tuition fees

3.500,00€/year/60 ECTS credits

Application Deadline

August 31

Bachelor, Master in Architecture, 5 years, Integrated, 300,
Bachelor, Preparatory Architectural Studies, First 3 years, Undergraduate, 180,
Bachelor, Master in Architecture, 2 years, Master, 180,

The Master in Architecture of ESAP is a plan for integrated studies leading to master’s degree in architecture, with a duration of 10 semesters, corresponding to the completion of 300 credits, appropriate to the Bologna Process.

Conclusion:

With extensive experience in training of architects, this course maintains its initial option – inherited from the experience of the Schools of Fine Arts – in close interaction with other art courses, a rich sharing and confrontation of diverse experiences in the arts.

The Centro de Estudos Arnaldo Araújo conducts research in the area of Art Studies in general, especially in the field of Architecture, Visual Arts, Performing Arts and Cinema. It is organized into two research groups: Research Group Theory, Criticism and History of Architecture; Research Group Theory, Criticism, History and Practices of Contemporary Art.

In 2010 started the project yet to receive the “Popular architecture in Portugal.” A Critical Reading, funded by FCT/COMPETE.

The Centro de Documentação da Construção  create and keep a database  on the building area for students and teachers. It also aimed to establish partnerships with other institutions and provide support for research projects.