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Posted by  inky on March 14, 2004 at 03:33:21:

In Reply to:  considering architecture but is it very competitive? posted by sean on March 09, 2004 at 07:27:53:

If you are competetive then you'll probably experience that even as a retail clerk but if you can keep bringing your focus back to your interest in design you'll do fine. Getting an architecture degree and education is a great way to hone design skills and figure out where your interests and strengths really lie. You don't have to be "an architect" when you're done in order to find interesting and engaging design work. Look for a program that emphasizes collaboration in student studios and that is designed around a model that isn't based on competition. Believe me, they're out there and they can be very rigorous without being cutthroat.

 
 
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