Is Manchester School of Architecture good?Watch
Are the tutors good?
How's the campus life?
Can I enjoy a studio-base study environment? Because I like spending my time in a studio so that I can concentrate with my work.
What can I expect about the studies in MSA? Creative, practical or theoretical?
I'll say a thousand thank you if you would like to answer these questions because I am struggling between the Architecture course in MSA and the one in University of Hong Kong, so I want to know more about the course in MSA before I make the final decision. Furthermore, if you have any comments about the HKU course, I would also like to hear it!
Hello! Yes, I ended up going to MSA. I can tell you that it's a nice experience. In the non covid time, they arranged small groups and studio groups so it's easy to meet new people fave to face. It's a very practical one in terms of studio (design subject) so if u look for very abstract and organic forms of structure, then it's not for you. The school environment is nice unless u want ur own studio working space cause for most of the time u have to work at home or else where. Overall, I highly recommend you. Tutors are helpful and of course, you learn a lot (well, it's Architecture so don't expect an easy life lol). Good luck!