Architecture school has a very high attrition rate. Students drop out like crazy for many different reasons. Let’s find out why architecture students drop out.
This isn’t a video telling you to buy a study planner, make a to-do-list or keep your room tidy …
I wanted to get incredibly deep on this topic to discuss a strategy to life that I’ve kept quiet for a long time. This is a strategy to getting more done, stressing less about your work and procrastinating less. This is a guide to managing the many aspects of life we have as students.
Imagine taking a photo of a building and instantly getting access to all the information about it. From what materials it uses, who the design team was, year of completion and so forth. With Chaim Lieder’s app idea for architects and students, you’d be able to do just that.
On today’s podcast episode, I talk with Chaim about how you can enter and win architecture competitions, how to avoid late nights and manage your time better, Chaim’s app idea and how to manage and balance a side hobby or hustle while in architecture school.
It’s difficult to stay consistently motivated to do something. Vesal from Karaj, Iran, has been motivated to study architecture for the past 6 years and nothing is stopping her.
On today’s episode of the Successful Archi Student’s Podcast, Vesal and I talk about how you can stay persistently motivated to study architecture, how you can prepare for architecture school and what you should fear before starting.
Vesal shares her experiences and journey with us on episode 22.
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.
It takes a lot of hard work to become an architect. To improve yourself by practicing architecture outside of your University education will really help increase your chances of succeeding in the industry of architecture.
Doing so allows you to gain extra skills that make you more valuable in the workplace, do better projects in architecture school and improve your knowledge in the world of architecture.
The more you know, the more you can do and the more you do, the more you can know.
In today’s episode, I explain 3 things you can do to make yourself more valuable in the industry as an architect, and during your education as a student.
We all experience it… Some days we’re fired up to study, other days, we are not. The key to overcome that lack of confidence is what I talk about in today’s episode of the architecture podcast.
Along with this question from Khawaja (IG @kh_muhammad_ali), I also answer his other questions about getting into architecture school and how to figure out if it’s the right path to take.