Life as a student Architect

students building the pavilion

Ruskin’s emphasis on the importance of traveling as a way of sharpening inquisitiveness and appreciation of the various geopolitical and cultural contexts in which architecture develops, is reflected in our annual study trip abroad, open to all year cohorts. Our proximity to London allows for numerous short study and site visits, and workshops. Most second and third-year sites are in London. Some of the History and Theory modules, and live drawing and photography classes, are taught via study visits to the capital, a valuable and intellectually-significant experience.