The things you’ll never hear an architecture student say, such as “I can’t wait to go back to Uni”, “Those jurors were so nice!” and “I’ve got way too much time on my hands.”
Starting architecture school soon and need some advice? Chris Morley, UniSA’s first year course coordinator shares with me (a third-year student) his best advice for starting architecture school.
Chris talks about what separates “successful” students from “unsuccessful” students, and the key factors that will help you throughout your first years of studying architecture.
Going into your first year of architecture school?
Today I interview Serena Rakha from Lebanon, a student who has recently finished her first semester of architecture school.
On episode 21 of the Successful Archi Student’s Podcast, Serena shares her experiences of what to expect in your first semester of architecture school and what equipment and skills you need to do well.
Serena also shares the names of architecture books she’s found helpful along her journey and has some tips for students struggling to stay motivated.
Thank you so much for sharing your experiences with us Serena.
Laptop or PC? What specs? How much RAM? What CPU? What GPU? What storage device? How can I choose the best? Which one do I buy? There are so many variations of computers that architecture students can choose from. It can be quite overwhelming.
In today’s episode of the Successful Architecture Student’s Podcast, I explain whether you should buy a PC or Laptop for architecture school and which one is the best. I also explain how you can decide what hardware you need, and the difference your RAM, CPU Processor, GPU Processor and Storage Devices have on the work you do.
Last week, I asked the Instagram community of Architecture students (@successfularchistudent) what they thought was the most important thing to know as an architecture student (or if you want to become one).
I was genuinely amazed at the responses I had gotten. Students from all over the world summed up what they thought was the most important thing to know as an architecture student, and it inspired me to make a video about their replies.
In this episode, I share responses from @trigger444, @egle313, @logori96, @seanbroomy, @dlau0741, @andrejriger, @edurom.48 and @_honnappa. Thank you so much!
The best architecture student memes that’ll make you laugh . . . and then cry.
Join me on this emotional roller-coaster and experience some regretfully relatable architecture student memes.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a high school student, college or university student, graduate or practicing architect. These relatable architecture memes will brighten up your day.