Why SHOULD YOU NOT study architecture? Here’s 15 reasons NOT TO study architecture. These are the worst things about architectural studies.
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.
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.
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.
“How can I study less while getting better grades in university/school/college?” In today’s episode, I explain how you can use the “-5+50 rule” to get better results while studying less as a student.
It’s all about preparation. Invest your time initially by organising, understanding and preparing. You will then reap the compounding effect of the investment as your semester goes on.
What is the worst part about studying architecture? Well, I’ve got 7 reasons not to study architecture. But, come on. I love architecture as much as the next student. Learn how to overcome these problems to become the best architecture student you can.
Here are 7 reasons why you’ll hate architecture school and 7 ways to overcome it.
On this episode of the Successful Architecture Student’s Podcast, I am honoured to have a chat with UX design professional Andrew MacDonald.
Andrew is on an unconventional journey to becoming an architect by creating a portfolio of his UX design work.
Two Universities have acknowledged his untraditional approach to study his masters and are in favour of this idea.
This will allow him to skip studying the 4-year bachelor degree.
On the show, you will listen to Andrew’s strategy to becoming an architect and it will allow you to open your mind to the various opportunities you have to achieving your goals and dreams.