rein Posted January 18, 2011 Share Posted January 18, 2011 (edited) This is my first post on the forum and I see that there are not that many posts in architecture! I hope I can get some information. Anyway, I have applied to five programs this year for the three year program. I spent a huge amount of time on my applications. I graduated with a BFA in photography and I took the summer program at Berkeley last year. So I am hoping to at least get into a couple of my choices. That being said, I graduated from the University of British Columbia and I have always been interested in living outside of the US. Studying is often much cheaper that way too... I'm terrified of falling $150k in debt. I have done a lot of research and I basically found no options for architecture internationally considering that I am coming from an unrelated discipline. I know UBC and Toronto have the three year option. It seems like even McGill and other Canadian universities can accomodate a four year option (two years undergrad, two years grad). I am inquiring into the Oslo School of Architecture because they might be willing to set up something similar. The Academy of Architecture in Amsterdam offers a four year program. This would be a dream come true, however only one of the four years is taught in English. Outside of what I have listed, I have found nothing. Not even in the UK or Australia. This is very difficult to research though, so I am hopeful that there are some good options that I have not come across. Is there anyone out there who might know more? Edited January 18, 2011 by rein Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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