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studying abroad

Postby claire » Sat Nov 10, 2001 2:26 pm

I am hoping to do my degree year in interior architecture abroad, i am applying to milan, prague and edinborough. any more suggestions? only in interior architecture.
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Postby Du$t » Thu Nov 15, 2001 4:03 pm

Robert Gordon university, Aberdeen
Lots of P.C and everyone get a desk
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Postby Fiachra » Mon Nov 26, 2001 1:51 pm

Dundee Uni. Ducan of Jordanstown, one of hte best Art colleges in Europe, excellent working conditions and equipment. Limited spaces on course. Well worth looking into.
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Postby Rita Ochoa » Mon Nov 26, 2001 9:28 pm

Why not Portugal? The Faculdade de Arquitectura de Lisboa (Lisbon Architecture College, from national University) has a interior architecture course (5 years + 1 work experience in or outside the country). The course is very good and it´s on 3rd place of difficulty to get in, in Portugal (just after Medicine and Architecure). This college has also Architecture, Urban Design, Urban Management, Design and Fashion Design courses. Socrates and Erasmus programs are usually accepted. Try http://www.fa.utl.pt for general information or http://www.fa.utl.pt/cursos/licenciaturas/int.htm more about the course (only in portuguese). Lots of PCs too and software courses, 1 desk for everyone, good teachers, nice weather, everyone talks english at college (but classes are in portuguese, of course).
Good luck on your choice.



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