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Tue, Feb 28, 2006 at 4:29:08 AM | New student / questions

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Hey, i was wondering if any of you knew of any schools that i could go to for architecture...also preferably a smaller school because i would like to play football...and is how many years of school does it take to become an architect.....thanks

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Wed, Mar 1, 2006 at 9:17:01 PM | RE: New student / questions

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Here in Boston you could go to the BAC. Its an evening program, but they don't have a football team. A BA will take 5 years. Also Northeastern has an architectural program and they also have a football team.

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Wed, Mar 1, 2006 at 10:46:22 PM | RE: New student / questions

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why not come to australia? we love foreign students! and we have some excellent architecture faculties. two here in brisbane, at qut and uq.

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Sat, Mar 4, 2006 at 2:05:54 PM | RE: New student / questions

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You could even come to the uk? Its great here apart from the weather!! We have some well known schools here including Manchester, only down side is the seven year course, its fairly relaxed though, im now in my third year and still loving it!!

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Sat, Mar 11, 2006 at 11:03:26 PM | RE: New student / questions

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Tomhamlyn, not to hijack this thread, but what are the requirements to be an architect in the UK and is membership in the RIBA mandatory? Here in the States, the rule varies from state to state. In California, a candidate must have 7-8 years of education/experience total. It is possible to get licensed in California without a degree if you have the required number of years experience working under a licensed architect in an internship program. Membership in the AIA or ARA is not mandatory. John

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Sun, Mar 19, 2006 at 4:17:43 AM | RE: New student / questions

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next year i am going to the illinois institute of technology in chicago. i wanted to play football too, but it is something i had to give up on. IIT is the 8th arch program in the US and it is a % year accredited program and a six master. you can also get an MBA and BA in six years.

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