Hi all, I am an international student interested in studying Architecture and I applied to schools in both the UK and the US. I applied to Edinburgh, Bartlett UCL, Sheffield, Cardiff and Liverpool in the UK and Cornell, Northeastern, Lehigh, USC and Syracuse in the US. I am struggling to make a choice between Cornell and the Bartlett as I have received offers/acceptance from both. Can anyone give me some insight into their experience or opinions of either or both schools? Preferably including details on teaching style, course structure, overall student experience etc, anything you feel is relevant. Thank you so much!
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- Thread Starter
- 29-03-2013 10:42
- 29-03-2013 16:59
I'm currently in Edinburgh, let me know if you want to know something about the course!
- 29-03-2013 21:21
I think of Cornell as the most academically rigorous of the Ivies. Make sure you can handle the climate in Ithaca. I do always hear Cornell's program mentioned alongside USC and Syracuse as the top architecture programs.