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Posted by  small fry on November 30, 2003 at 08:56:01:

In Reply to:  Top architecture schools & courses ??? posted by edward einstine on November 09, 2003 at 12:42:10:

in the US look at getting into harvard, mit, yale, princeton. i can assure you it won't be a stroll in the park to get accepted.

in the UK try the bartlett which is part of the university college london and the AA (architectural association) at the latter they do amazing work similar to the stuff at harvard but also some ordinary stuff.

i can quite confidently tell you that the american schools have more facilities in terms of number of computers etc however, architecture is also about intellectual vigour and personalities. if you can get into any of these schools you won't be missing out because all the top lecturers do a sort of musical chairs and evening lectures at these places.

good luck

 
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