Some kind of answer to “medical students” are more tough
I have BA Biology, was a Pre-vet major, so I think I can give 50% point of view here… Medical or other science major, their field of studies, honestly, is memorization, you always get that number of ATP from the kreb’s cycle, you always have an answer to the problem, no more, no less, you are wither right or wrong, the data proves that, or the chemical reaction will show if you right or not. That’s the hard part. For architecture, unless you are doing structure or environmental system class, well they are the science part of this field, so you will be wither right or wrong, but this is “small” part of architecture. For the most part, and the hard part is that you never get a “correct” answer to the work, which means you can keep working on it, keep changing it. This is why architecture students spend so much time solving their problems…I mean, there is no answer at the back so each project and it is unique and challenging in a way medical student don’t quite need to face (until there rotation years)…this is just some of my thoughts…
submitted by: Phebe
Thank you for your thoughts! I really appreciate someone outside of architecture/design contributing to the discussions that we have here on this blog.
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Future Group has sent me this memo about their upcoming workshop in Madrid!
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July 1-6, 2013
The International Workshop is open to all students and professionals – architects, planners, urban designers and landscape architects – at all levels of experience, under 35 years old.
3 internationally recognized architectswill conduct
the different groups:
Santiago Vela www.svamarquitectos.com
Julio Touza www.touza.com
… and many more.
Submission deadline Until May 31, 2013
Competition of Temporary Art Installations
Open to its participants and to all students of the Universidad San Pablo CEU.
During the closing ceremony of the Workshop, a jury will choose the best proposal, which will be awarded with a First Prize - Scholarship (one person) in an outstanding architecture office for 9 months + complimentary subscription to 4 issues of Future magazine, International Edition.
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I feel like I keep getting the same questions…. so just to refresh your memory here are the FAQs.
Guess who got her first interview this Monday
Yes, this girl does!
So while I’m preparing for this interview I feel that it would be helpful to write about this experience and some tips. So that is what I’ll be doing!
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Things to do (for me) and things to look forward to (for you):
- Feeling unmotivated and wanting to give up
- How to develop your concept once you establish it
- How to apply for internships
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