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Tuition fees rethink is an opportunity for architecture schools

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Fees are a problem but the university course is more of a problem. Studying architecture is highly subjective, marks are dished out based on no set criteria and students are not tested what they are taught (techical drawing is NEVER taught). Also cheating is rife. Cheats pass (by handing in work produced by student boyfriends/girlfriends further up the school or by qualified architects who they have commissioned to carry out the work), while hard-working, capable student's fail. Schools NEVER even test that a student can produce their own drawings. I am not making this up. Read this blog 'theappealofarchitecture'.

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26 March, 2018

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2:31 pm

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