The RIBA has unwrapped an armoury of ‘essential’ new tools aimed at boosting young architects’ chances of finding work in the profession
RIBA vice president for membership Stephen Hodder said: ‘The job market for young architects remains tough and unpredictable.
‘This new suite of tools developed for RIBA associate members responds to this challenging time; it is designed to convey essential knowledge to support the transition from an education environment to that of practice. I urge anyone who wants to push ahead in the profession to take a look at the rich material on offer.’
The RIBA has also launched a jobs ‘app’ which helps aspiring architects find work.
Part I and II graduate students are eligible for RIBA associate membership which costs £56 per year or £44 for concessions.
Visit the RIBA website for more information