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Category: Architecture, Planning and Environmental Management
Why I love studying Architecture
Read Amanda Leong’s blog about being a full-time, final-year BA (Hons) architecture student who adores being a part of two wonderful universities!
Studying at the Manchester School of Architecture
Rana shares her experience studying BA Architecture, joint course between the University of Manchester and the Manchester Metropolitan University at the Manchester School of Architecture.
Guro’s story from Norway to Manchester
Guro shares with us her story, moving from Norway to Manchester. Finding a new home, studying Environmental Management, read more from Guro.
Ruiqi’s insights from a summer placement
Ruiqi shares how and why she found her summer placement while studying Planning and Real Estate Degree
Zsófi shares her tips as a European Student
Zsófi shares her tips and experiences, moving to Manchester as a European Student studying Environmental Management.
My love for Manchester
Manchester is a unique place. Learn more about why international student Ostap fell in love with the city of Manchester.
Why did I decide to study in Manchester?
Fanny, a third-year Architecture student at the Manchester School of Architecture, shares why she chose to study in Manchester.
A typical week as a third-year MSA student
Fanny is a third-year Architecture student at the Manchester School of Architecture. Here she shares her typical week in the life of a final-year student.
How to Approach a Third Year Architecture Project
Architecture student, Fanny Bois-Berlioz, talks about her interest in heritage and third year project.