Students are exposed to real life scenarios and industry-relevant experiences designed to bring out the best in professional practice.
Students participate in site visits, which teach them how to compose and analyse space, as well as understand the purpose and process of space creation.
Students undertake educational visits to various places of interest both locally and abroad, including art galleries, historical sites, factories, and more, to gain insights and witness the concept of architecture and design in practice.
On-site technical visits provide the opportunity for students to understand construction methodologies, as well as project management concepts, tools and techniques.
Students have the opportunity to participate in annual gatherings organised by PAM, RICS and RISM providing students networking opportunities among peers and industry experts and a platform for exchange and discussion of current issues, best practices, trends and challenges.
We provide various platforms for students to compete, showcase and highlight their work, at national and international levels enabling them to benchmark their work against peers and professionals alike.
During the course of their studies, students have the opportunity to travel and explore new surroundings, to enhance their perception of cultures, languages, design ideas and construction techniques. These travel experiences provide students with first-hand insight into environments and understand how they influence the built environment.
Our Architecture and Quantity Surveying degrees are accredited by local and international professional boards.DISCOVER MORE
Extensive academic links and industry networks provide opportunities for teaching, learning, research and student mobility.DISCOVER MORE