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AJ Student Prize 2018 winners revealedSubscription
Students from Kingston School of Art and the University of Strathclyde have been crowned as the winners of the inaugural AJ Student Prize
The number of international students accepted to study architecture, building and planning in the UK has fallen by 11 per cent in the past year, new figures reveal.
With one in three students suffering, it’s time the RIBA and schools acted on mental healthSubscription
In just two years the number of architecture students reporting stress-related mental health problems has risen from one-in-four to one-in-three. Urgent action is needed, writes student Scott McAulay
Students have named Zaha Hadid as their favourite architectural role model in an online poll
AJ Student Prize 2018 nominees revealedSubscription
Jon Astbury introduces the contenders for the inaugural AJ Student Prize, submitted by architecture schools across the nation
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 ...
Changes are afoot that will transform the way architecture is taught in the UK, says Paul Finch
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
How do we make architecture more diverse?Subscription
We should begin by encouraging school children to feel they can participate in architecture and design, writes Catherine Slessor