EEBD course pattern

I know it’s a bit late, but I want to say Happy New Year to everyone! I hope 2019 will be a good year for you.

To start 2019 in feeling useful, I will share about the pattern on my program (EEBD). So for you who has interest to the program, stay tuned! ūüôā

In my own experience (my class right now), the class consists of 20-21 students from mixed background and nationalities, from Architecture, Civil Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering. Some students had their bachelor in Architectural Engineering and also Construction Architecture.

What’s really different in Swedish education in comparison to my hometown is, the schedule always differs everyday, every week. Usually the semester will be divided into 2 (to make it easier I will call it the 1st half and the 2nd half).

On the 1st half, we will have theoretical lectures and also exercises. We got assignments from the teacher (usually in group of 3 or 4), and also we had exams in the end to determine our grade. During this time, since we had a lot of theoretical lectures, the schedule was pretty packed, but mostly 4 days a week.

On the 2nd half, we had a project assignment. For this one, we need to submit report and presentation, and it will be done in a group of 3 or 4 students as well. As for this one,¬†the schedule that were¬†set are usually for consultation purposes, and when the teacher thinks it’s necessary, several lectures might be conducted.

As for the group, it needs to be formed of people from different background (should not be all 3 architects or all 3 engineers).  For us, on the 1st and 2nd semester, the group were decided by the teachers, but we have freedom to choose our own group on the 3rd semester. However, you need to consider that this might differ for each year.

That’s the short overview about EEBD Program. Feel free to send me an e-mail to and I’ll try my best to answer your questions or curiosity about EEBD (as long as it’s on my scoop!).

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