At our course guidance evenings we try to convey a clear picture of our faculty, because a lot of questions come up before starting a course of study:
What is it actually like in the faculty? In what sort of architecture and atmosphere would I be studying?
What do I need to know in order to apply? What should I bear in mind when putting together my portfolio? And what happens at the interview?
How is a bachelor programme organised? What is the relationship between theory and practice?
What professional landscape does it lead to? Should I go straight into a job, or go on to a master programme?
We use a wide range of sample work to show you what kinds of projects can arise from the individual practical disciplines in our courses, and what’s particularly important to us. We also try to answer questions about ‘life after uni’, because we know about this after all. And there’s also enough time to deal with anything still not clear in one-to-one conversation.
We don’t discuss your portfolio, however.
We look forward to seeing you!