Picking a university to study at can be an incredible challenge, especially with architecture courses which can last up to 7 years at some institutions - and knowing what to expect can take hours of research. That's why the Italian magazine Domus has helpfully made its 2014 supplement of Europe's top 50 schools in both architecture and design available for free online. It's sure to be an invaluable resource for anyone considering their options for architecture or design courses in Europe.
Read on for more about the resource
Unlike its counterpart in the United States, don't expect the schools to be ranked - this guide is centered around the idea that design schools have become too diverse to compare with one another, believing instead that for every potential student there is a school that is the right match.
Each school is accompanied by its vital statistics, such as the length and cost of the course, the size of the school itself and its influential tutors and alumni, as well as a well-researched description of its educational priorities and culture. You can access the guide here.