- Michael Scott 1
Having a HND background i sympathise with the standing you are currently in. I was in your position two years ago and i would have to agree with the 'powers that be at these colleges.
The course left me ready for the workplace with a good knowledge of technical and contractual aspects of the overall running of a scheme. Where it failed was its design content. It was really down to the candidate to further their architectural knowledge. Architectural technicians in the south are a completely different breed....far more advanced in the design stakes and alot closer to being a 'proper' architect.
After scoring highly 80%+ I was offered direct entry to 2nd year at a number of British Colleges, i chose QUB where i found i was slightly advanced at the start of the year...but by the end of the year the class's ability had evened out.....
Which of the two HND'S in the north are you doing (Or are you on the mainland)???
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