£10,000 Scholarship Competition Following the success of last year’s 20th anniversary bursary competition, the IDBE is offering one £10,000 scholarship for a place on the September 2015 programme. The IDBE is a uniquely interdisciplinary masters cou


The AEF convened a day of parallel academic paper sessions on architectural education on 5 August 2014, which set the scene for the discussion workshop, ‘Architec


The Architectural Education Forum was the outcome of a Symposium on Architectural Education hosted by the Wits School of Architecture and Planning i


  A one-day symposium on architectural education was held by the School of Architecture and Planning at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, on 24 January 2014 (


CAA Validation visit to KNUST, Kumasi, Ghana, February 2014 The validation of the Bachelor of Science in Architecture (CAA Part I) and the Master of Architecture (CAA Part II) at the Department of A


CAA commenced the required six year review of its ‘Procedures and Criteria’ for validation1 in October 2013 with a request for input from


  In order for a school of architecture to really call itself as such, it needs to produce architects. The Department of Architecture at the Kigali Institute of Science and Technology (KI


On Thursday, May 16, 2013 the Caribbean School of Architecture (CSA) opened its’ annual EOY (End of Year) Exhibition with much exuberance and excitement. T


Alsop, who has designed and built influential and inspirational buildings in the UK and around the world, will join the teaching staff at UCA Canterbury School of Architecture from September 2013 and will work with undergraduate and postgraduate students and staff on a variety of projects and ini


Based at University College London, the Bartlett  came top of The Guardian’s annual league table of architecture schools for the third year in a row. The Bartlett also came top of this year’s AJ100 poll of the best architecture school. Alan Penn, dean of the B