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Inside the mind of an architecture student

Five years of a learning experience The mind of an architecture student is indeed a cauldron filled with fretting emotions, art, thought-provoking ideas, stories, and myriad experiences. Five years spent in an architecture school are nothing less than a roller-coaster that persuades you to find hidden values and varying purposes. But like everything, architecture has …

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Choosing a University Abroad For masters in Architecture & Design

6 Steps to choosing a university abroad for architecture & design

1. Decide Your Subject Based on your previous education and your recent experience, you should choose a line that suits your interest best. Also, make sure the subject aligns with what you want to pursue in the future and should also provide you with usable skills. Deciding on your subject is the first step. It …

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architecture firm for internship

5 Tips to pick the right architectural firm for practice or internship that no one told you about

Architecture professional experience or internships have gradually become more than just being part of the academic curriculum or a tick mark on a to do list as an architecture student. They have now become a career defining process that will add to your skill set, allow you to add professional projects to your personal portfolio …

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Office etiquette for architects

Office etiquette for architects and interior designer

Stepping into the professional world directly after college is a difficult transition. For many, this transition is quite difficult, from a full-time student to a full-time employee. As Colleges and Universities have their major focus on studies, many new Grads go down miserably when it comes to an understanding of office etiquette. We often tend …

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