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Britain's Got Architectural Talent - vote for your favourite student

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The nation has until next Thursday (25 June) to help pick the finalists in the UK’s largest student prize

Sponsored by the AJ, the 3DReid Student Prize boasts the biggest cash payout given by a private practice to a Part 2 graduate - worth £1,500 to the victor.

This year the award - effectively ‘the best of the UK’s best’ - has attracted a record number of entries with 22 nominations made up of entrants from most of the leading schools in the AJ100’s university league table as well as every school in Scotland.

The top two students from the online vote, together with three others selected by an internal 3DReid jury, will go through to the final.

An overall winner will then be picked by a panel which includes Deborah Saunt from DSDHA, the AJ’s news editor Richard Waite and 3DReid’s chairman Charles Graham-Marr.

Paul Warner, Research Director at 3DReid said: ‘It is a daunting task. The work is varied in scope and style but is excellent in every case.

‘It is certainly going to be a tough job whittling down the longlist. [The entries] have demonstratesd the quality of students coming through in the UK.

He added: ‘It is important that the industry does whatever it can to support them and give them recognition they deserve.’

To see all this year’s nominations and vote click here

Voting remains open until 5pm on Thursday 25 June. The final five be announced before the end of June.

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