This new edition lists more Italian schools, the number of which has risen to 14: Bari Polytechnic, Turin Polytechnic, University of Bologna Alma Mater Studiorum in Cesena, University of Ferrara, La Sapienza University in Rome, Roma Tre University, IUAV in Venice, Free University of Bolzano, Fabrica in Treviso, ISIA in Urbino and, in Milan, Domus Academy, Istituto Marangoni, NABA and the Polytechnic. French schools and German ones, in particular, are also on the rise.
This year also sees the inclusion of countries such as Turkey, Israel, Serbia and Slovenia flanked, for the first time, by Russia and Croatia, underlining the fact that Domus has a broader vision of cultural Europe than that dictated by geographical and political boundaries. For each school named, the guide details annual fees, student numbers, accessibility and any concessions or amenities available to students. We are publishing it in December to give aspiring students plenty of time to complete the admission process for foreign universities.
An annual publication, this second edition of Europe’s Top 100 Schools of Architecture and Design exemplifies Domus’ desire to act as an international point of reference for the education – and the educational debate – of future European architects and designers.