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Posted by  A. Lundkvist on September 10, 2003 at 11:09:50:

I am preparing to apply to M.Arch programs in the States (those for non-arch. backgrounds). I live abroad right now, so am not able to easily visit all the schools of interest to check out atmosphere, studios and the like. Does anyone have any background in the arch. programs at California College of Arts and Crafts, UW, Parsons or Cornell? I am also facing an East vs. West coast issue, but beyond that, am simply scanning for an appropriate school for me to train in. Would really appreciate some personal input with relation to the student atmosphere and general rigor of the programs at these schools. Anyone applied or attended?

 
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