Tag : Student fees
Simon Aldous’s take on the big architectural stories of the week: Seventeen Stirling Prize winners unite to declare climate emergency • Elsie Owusu takes RIBA to employment tribunal • Home Office review recognises architecture skills shortage
Bartlett dean Alan Penn has pledged to provide a number of free places at the innovative London architecture school in response to the mounting student debt problem
We asked students, architects and academics for their thoughts on the results of the AJ student survey and whether architectural education was becoming out of reach for all but the rich
26.07.18: Student specialSubscription
We are proud to present the work of the students nominated for the first ever AJ Student Prize, which comprises both undergraduate and postgraduate projects. You can also find in our 116-page student special 10 student show reviews; the results of our annual student survey, which shine a light on the cost of qualifying; and a feature on the new architect apprenticeships. PLUS Who’s the favourite for Stirling ...
This year the AJ’s student survey reveals how the eye-watering costs of education are forcing students to turn to the bank of mum and dad, fuelling fears of elitism
The government is due to announce a major review of higher-education funding which could lead to reductions in student tuition fees