I am engineering graduate from NTU, Singapore and currently working in the software industry.
As part of my summer internships experience, I got the opportunity to work alongside architecture and engineering consultants for buildings. It sparked my interest in architecture.
I am extemely interested in pursuing a masters in architecture in a good school in the Us in two years or so. i am aware of school offering M.Arch course for students from non-related backgorund.
However, I have some queries regarding this:
1. Is it possible to get into the top 10/20 schools in the US for MArch course from a non-related UG degree?
2. What requirements do they look out for? What are their portfolio requirements?
3.Do GRE scores play a vital role? Is it necessary to get recommendations from people in the related field?
4. Also, does you work line matter?
I think I am on the artistic side.I love to sketch, paint, make handicrafts, photography and I have been actively involved in design clubs.
I would love if I could get some inputs on this. Thanks a bunch
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- 20-07-2016 04:22
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- 20-07-2016 09:36
This is a UK based website so you may not get too much info about US unis. Most of this can be answered by having a look at schools that you're interested in and emailing if unsure.