exactly, in countries like Poland there is remotely no classic arch. (eventually single courses) education, so 99% architekt, doesn't have even basics of classic design.I'd recommend an American university. In Europe you'll only find hardcore modernist profs and expats. Sad, but true.
I would like to bring attention to another educational offering with a discipline oriented in Classic Interior Design.
The New York School of Interior Design (Est. 1916) offers a Basic Interior Design Certificate which can be completed entirely online or in class in NYC. The curriculum is very classically oriented with a number of courses focused explicitly on the history of design. The school also has strong ties with the ICAA (Institute of Classical Art and Architecture). In addition, many new classical architects (Peter Pennoyer and RAMSA associates) frequent the school with lectures or serve as faculty members/advisers.
Furthermore, NYSID offers a BA program in the History of the Interior and Decorative Arts.
Lastly, the school was ranked #3 for 2015 of America's Top Interior Design Schools by the acclaimed design council, Design Intelligence.
Classical Architecture Education:
The MSCD is a 30 elective credit graduate level concentration, providing advanced study for those pursuing career paths in classical and traditional architectural design and planning.
The MSCD program provides instruction in the language and use of classical and vernacular design and introduces a broad range of architectural and urban precedents and methodologies for adapting relevant historical models to contemporary exigencies.
The program equips participants with the theoretical and practical skill sets to become informed and judicious practitioners of traditional design and provides a framework of general processes and principles with which to adapt and evolve traditional architecture and urban patterns to modern programmatic requirements and client markets.
It aims to foster enduring design and planning strategies by introducing resources and skills with which to study and draw upon time-tested models for purposes of informing contemporary building applications. The program provides the critical tools through which our architectural and urban heritage may be intelligently engaged, evaluated and utilized to inspire modern building practices and design solutions that sustainably enhance, amend and repair the built environment for the long term.
In addition, Georgia Tech also offers a seven-week summer program on the art and architecture of Classical Greece and Italy.