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Je3y
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Those who are planning to do architecture, What universities are you planning to apply to (In Order) and what grades are you hoping for to get into them?

So i can get a rough idea on how i should go abou choosing a university

Mine is currently:
UCL
Sheffield
Bath
... need more possible choices!
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Quite a few of my mates at uni do it here, at kent
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Im applying to Cardiff, Sheffield, Liverpool, Nottingham, and Oxford Brookes....i think!
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no cambridge applicants for next year?
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^Well, it is rubbish .
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choices on traditional schools:cardiff,bath,cambridge,s heffield,Manchester


chocies on experimential/conceptual/artistic schools:Bartlett,AA,Westminster, Oxford brookes,nottingham,edinburgh
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incorrect again myarchitect on nottingham, its not conceptual / computer generated design driven course that you appear to so love, its highly sustainability focused. but hey, why let little things like accuracy come between you and a posting?
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notthingham's diploma focus on sus very much,not every unit.

however,their sus is conceptural/experimential.check high rise projects

and computer generated design is not my favorate.
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dont hark on about it then, for goodness sake ^^

and actually they are very keen to emphasize that they are balanced and are not arty or traditional; a balance. And they do focus on sustainability more than any other school i have seen.
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Hopefully, these are the ones im considering applying to:

Manchester
Liverpool
Sheffield (for combined structural eng course with lower entry requirements)
Edinburgh maybe
Sheff Hallam Maybe

Also Liverpool for pure structural eng, possibly manchester as well for that.
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I was at Nottingham and the architecture course is very sustainability focused (sorry myarchitect!) and it doesnt seem to include much conceptual stuff at all.
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oh dear, myarchitect got it wrong.....again.
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indeed. why bother lying so he seems like he is an expert on architecture courses eh?
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