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Ashley Freeman

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  • Comment on: Owen Hatherley’s Eurovisionaries: Split

    Ashley Freeman's comment 15 August, 2015 4:11 pm

    Not a very accurate map. The Ukraine and Moldova are not a Part of the EU!

  • Comment on: School heads welcome call to scrap the Parts 1-3 system

    Ashley Freeman's comment 19 April, 2013 1:52 pm

    Every year graduates struggle to find Part1 placements. It will be interesting to see how any new proposals will accommodate work experience. I initially trained as a technician, and am now studying to become an Architect, andI think that it would be unwise to allow different specialisms to practice under the title of Architect. I agree with the above comment - the current 7 year process gives Architects an unrivalled broad knowledge of construction and design. The title 'Architect' is protected (in theory). If the RIBA/ARB promoted the profession (even at the smaller scale) then maybe there would be more opportunities for students to gain 'real world' experience.
    Personally I feel that abandoning the EU directive can only be a positive move. The current situation puts British students at a disadvantage to their continental counterparts both financially and in terms of time in education. While studying for 7 years is compulsory here, in the EU 5 years training is the norm. Yet the EU directive gives allows students from the EU to come to Britain and practice as an Architect. I would argue that the RIBA should be independent from EU laws - Surely they can have a great influence on education standards without EU directives etc.

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