Re: Re: Study Architecture as a Mature Student!
This year the Bartlett School of Architecture is introducing its first Summer School, to be held annually thereafter. We expect a group of 50 participants ranging in age from 16 – 50 and from differing backgrounds including prospective Bartlett students, international students, secondary school students and those who are simply keen to develop their interest in architecture.
In 2006 the Summer School will be held from Monday 17 July until Friday 28 July and will focus on London and the planned Olympics. Students will take part in a design-based programme in a studio environment. The two week, full time programme will include a visit to an architectural practice, visits to buildings and sites, and
development of a proposal based on the London theme. Full use will be made of the schools facilities including access to the excellent workshop, computer facilites, audio visual equipment and environmental studies library.
To take part in the summer school please contact
The Bartlett School of Architecture,
University College London,
22 Gordon Street,
telephone 020 7679 4642,
There is a Â£600 fee for participation and it is advised that an additional amount will be needed for travel and material costs. Students are asked to make their own accommodation arrangements.
UCL offers accomodation to vistors to London.
20 Maple Street,
London W1T 5HB,
telephone 020 7387 4537
for more details or http://www.ucl.ac.uk/residences/
Entry to the Summer School is on a first come, first served basis.