I have just completed my 6th and final year of Masters in Architecture. The breadth of study is a significant factor which gives a degree in architecture its gravitas. From research, theory and history on one side, to design, engineering and politics on the other, architecture is the silent linchpin of society in the modern world. It is one of the few careers which can genuinely influence people’s lives all day and every day, I suppose this explains why qualification takes so long and why the degree is so intense. It was this aspect of diversity – knowing every day would be different and unique that enticed me onto this course at RGU. Hopefully my blog will provide you with a comprehensive insight into student life in Aberdeen and the exciting possibilities a course in architecture can offer.

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