This video guides you in selecting an architecture program. It will help you find the right school for you that’s an ideal match. Topics covered include a discussion of the different kinds of degrees based on what your personal and professional goals might be. The video also helps you understand how to consider location, a school’s financial aspects and support opportunities. It also instructs you in terms of what to look for with regard to its philosophy, relation to other disciplines and its technological outlook. It will give a better idea for what to look for in the facilities, faculty and who your future classmates may be.
This session examines the various strategies for selecting a graduate program and provides an overview of the admissions process. Although focusing on accredited Master of Architecture (M.Arch) programs, there is also an overview of the types of graduate programs available to students in architecture. Viewers will develop strategies to hone their personal statement as a tool in researching architecture programs. They will also learn key questions that they should ask during the admission process. An overview of the application process is discussed and the key components of a successful application.
This webinar addresses Innovations in Architectural Practice from the perspective of architectural education. The three presenters use case-study projects to describe how various approaches and technologies impact issues of construction, social interactions, and broader urban-scaled interventions.
“Look Up” is a public awareness campaign promoting architecture as a profession. This film contest calls upon filmmakers and architecture professionals alike to inspire viewers to “look up beyond their everyday gaze.”
Architecture Students Service-Learning Project in Haiti
This Haiti Summer Studio challenged students to connect with the local community, communicate, document and design in an area without running water or electricity and using designs that can be constructed by local residents.
Architects have to stop and draw to better see and describe the world. Being present and seeing allows you to connect with locals and absorb your surroundings. During the Haiti summer studio, students practiced the art of being present through sketching and watercolor.
Study Architecture is a one-stop resource for undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in the Architecture profession. Sponsored by the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture, Study Architecture brings together colleges and universities, students and working architecture professionals to create a forum for sharing information and ideas. Together, we help students make an impact.