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Due to current unfavorable conditions, we will suspend college operations for the academic year 2015-16. The information provided on this site refers to our courses as they were offered during 2013-14 and as they will hopefully be offered again during 2018-19.


British Hellenic College’s Architectural Technology course offers students the opportunity to continue their studies in British Universities, so as to acquire a Bachelor’ s degree in Architecture.

The course aims at the direct entry of graduates who acquire the Diploma in Architectural Technology with a satisfactory grade, in the 2nd year of the above programmes.

We note that for the Architecture programs British Universities can ask for high grades, as well as a portfolio of our Architectural Technology graduates.

Besides, these students must have an IELTS with a score of at least 6.0.

The aims of the program are:

  • To provide students with knowledge of the fine arts as an influence on the quality of architectural design.
  • To expand and enhance students research, communication and intellectual skills, within a supportive and stimulating environment for student centered learning.
  • To provide students with an ability to begin to create architectural designs that satisfy both aesthetic and technical requirements.
  • To enhance student imagination.
  • To introduce students to urban design and the needs of the city at a larger scale.
  • To ensure that the students have an adequate knowledge of the history and theories of architecture and the related arts, technologies and human sciences.
  • To provide the student with an adequate knowledge of physical problems and technologies and of the function of buildings, so as to provide them with internal conditions of comfort and protection against the climate.
  • To enable students to gain the ability to apply current information technology to the design process.


The Architectural Studio operates for the support of Architectural Technology’s students as it is the primary workplace for them. It is equipped with large drawing tables as well as with powerful computers, scanners and printers suitable for electronic printing or copying of architectural designs. Moreover, Architectural Technology students build solid artifacts that correspond to their three dimensional designs. At the end of each academic year the best projects of both years are presented in the Architecture show. Besides, students also use computer laboratories in order to learn basic computer skills as well as Architectural computer programs.






  1. Mathematics for Architects I
  2. Introduction to Information Technology I
  3. English I
  4. Architectural Studio I
  5. History of Architecture I
  6. Statics for Architects I
  7. Technical Drawing (*)
  8. Mathematics for Architects II
  9. Introduction to Information Technology II
  10. English II
  11. Architectural Studio II
  12. History of Architecture II
  13. Statics for Architects II
  14. Free – hand Drawing (*)


(*)These modules are compulsory for students without any prior knowledge and experience on drawing



  1. English
  2. Architectural Studio III
  3. History of Architecture III
  4. Sustainable Construction I
  5. Introduction to CAD
  6. Materials for Architects
  7. Introduction to Strength of Materials, and Construction
  8. English
  9. Architectural Studio IV
  10. History of Architecture IV
  11. Sustainable Construction II
  12. Architectural Theory
  13. Materials Lab for Architects
  14. Elements of Surveying, Engineering Geology and Soil Mechanics