AJ100 practice ADAM Architecture has launched its annual £1,500 travel scholarship
The scholarship, which aims to support research in architecture, is open to:
- Architecture students, ranging from Part 1 undergraduates to postgraduates who have completed Part 2 in the last three years
- Those studying for a CIAT accredited degree or postgraduate course
- Those completing other equivalent qualifications.
It will award a student with a £1,500 travel bursary to carry out research work. Last year’s winner Sam Little, a student at The Royal Drawing School also working at Casswell Bank Architects, used his scholarship to travel to Iran to study a number of the Seljuk towers and minarets in its central provinces. Previous champions have travelled to Valletta, Japan, Cuba, France, Belgium, Sicily, Rome and Ethiopia.
ADAM Architecture director Robbie Kerr said: ‘This is a great opportunity for a student or recent graduate to travel abroad to engage in international research in architecture and urban design.
’It has a proven track record of supporting students to pursue an interest, often outside of their studies, and in many cases their research has had a major influence on their career choices.’
The closing date for entries is 26 April.