Questions

Do you have a question to ask the panel but can’t attend the debate? Leave your questions in the comments box below stating which school you are from, your current status and we will ask them on the night.

4 thoughts on “Questions

  • February 14, 2013 at 5:01 pm
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    Do you think it would be valuable to teach students about PQQ and prepare them for the rigerous process?

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  • February 13, 2013 at 10:50 pm
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    I just wondered, with all the problems that student face getting placements in industry, wether eduction system could recognise time spent on site. Be it labouring, bricklaying, building?

    No experience greater than site work. Knowing how things are put together, how much it weights, how much it costs, who does what, nicknames for trades? It must breed confidence on site when it a role of an architect assistant?

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  • February 13, 2013 at 1:10 pm
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    Hi I am from the Centre for Alternative Technology in Machynlleth, under the University of East London, where I have just completed my studies to get a diploma in architecture, graduating in November this year. To look towards the future of architecture and its teachings you need look no further than the all-encompassing course I have just completed. This is less of a question and more of an answer.

    The staff enthusiasm for sustainable architecture is riveting, teaching and lecturing highly educational, course enthralling and modules hugely engaging. Here you can learn everything you need to know about renewable technologies and how they can be implemented into the built environment whilst gaining a part II in architecture.

    As is the ethics here they would be more than happy for any other universities to visit and observe what goes on in the award winning Wise Building towards the future of architecture.

    I write admittedly slightly biased having not completed any other part II course but how often is it that a student is so enthusiastic about a course attended at university. I urge anyone reading this to visit the website: http://gse.cat.org.uk/ and peruse the available part time courses that are also on offer along with the ‘Professional Diploma in Architecture: Advanced Environmental & Energy Studies’ course

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