Your first week of university can be intimidating (to say the least).
Today, Jeannie talks through some of the things she did to prepare for it, and what you can expect during your first few days in university.
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.
On today’s episode, I run through 5 time management tips to boost your productivity as an Archi student. Especially in your first years, it’s difficult to understand why you have so much work to do and so little time to complete it. Trust me, it doesn’t get easier, you just have to get better, and, you will over time. But, you need to practice these 5 time management tips if you want to see improvement in your time management, organisation and productivity.
Specifically, I’ll talk about:
• Removing distractions
• Organising your work space to be clean
• Organising your files and folders – online and offline
• Creating systems
• Setting goals and reviewing your time using a diary