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    Hi guys! I am 21 and am graduating next year in Modern languages and cultures (BA). Since I am quite disappointed with my degree (bad choice in a bad period of my life) I would like to start a new degree, i.e. BA Architecture and then a MA Architecture. If everything goes fine I should finish my studies at the age of 27, provided I get a BA in 3years and then an MA in 2years (in my country so I don't have to do the extra year of internship).Would it be too late to get into the field of Architecture at such an age? Thanks
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    No, 27 is not too late to finish. If you stick with it you would probably be qualified by 30 which is by no means unusual in the profession.
 
 
 
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