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Masterclass Architecture. Guide to the World’s Leading Graduate Schools | Carmel McNamara, Ana Martins, Kanae Hasegawa | 9789077174982

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Masterclass. Architecture

Guide to the World’s Leading Graduate Schools

Author:Carmel McNamara, Ana Martins, Kanae Hasegawa

Publisher:FRAME

ISBN: 978-90-77174-98-2

  • Paperback
  • English
  • 320 Pages
  • Dec 17, 2013
Aimed at current bachelor’s degree students, recent graduates and professionals looking for a specialisation, this guide provides an in-depth overview of almost 30 of the world's leading graduate schools that offer a master’s degree in architecture.

The featured schools are selected based on a list of criteria including the quality of the graduation work, the employability and success of former students, the list of lecturers, and their reputation in the realm of architecture. Each school is featured extensively on 10 pages containing useful information, such as programme description, application details and requirements, student demographics, mentor and alumni lists, tuition and scholarship details, and full contact details. The articles give a real insight into life at each of the schools and in the global locations – each school profile opens with an introduction by the programme leader, followed by examples of recent student work, an interview with a successful alumnus, information about the school’s location regarding housing, transportation and the cultural scene from a student’s perspective, and more.
Aimed at current bachelor’s degree students, recent graduates and professionals looking for a specialisation, this guide provides an in-depth overview of almost 30 of the world's leading graduate schools that offer a master’s degree in architecture.

The featured schools are selected based on a list of criteria including the quality of the graduation work, the employability and success of former students, the list of lecturers, and their reputation in the realm of architecture. Each school is featured extensively on 10 pages containing useful information, such as programme description, application details and requirements, student demographics, mentor and alumni lists, tuition and scholarship details, and full contact details. The articles give a real insight into life at each of the schools and in the global locations – each school profile opens with an introduction by the programme leader, followed by examples of recent student work, an interview with a successful alumnus, information about the school’s location regarding housing, transportation and the cultural scene from a student’s perspective, and more.

A world map indicating the demographic spread of included schools, a summary table and a notebook section with space for research notes, complete this guide to help potential students choose the school that will suit them best.

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