The Mad Traveling Fellowship in China

An excellent opportunity for architecture students in China has just been shared with us. The Mad Traveling Fellowship was established to provide the opportunity for young architecture students in China to research a special aspect of architecture that requires international travel. The international trip will give students the opportunity to discover a new culture, and provide a new environment for ideas.

More information about fellowship after the break.

To be eligible to participate in this fellowship, the applicant must be either in a BA or MA program in the architecture schools in mainland China, excluding those who are expected to graduate by the summer of 2009.

To apply, applicants must include a 300-word proposal, stating one’s study interest, objective for the trip and the relationship between them.  A portfolio of 1-2 previous design works in support of the proposal must be included.

All applicant material must be sent as an A4-size pdf file less than 4 MB to Please note name, date of birth, name of the school, grade, and contact information.

The deadline for the Mad Traveling Fellowship is June 30, 2009. The results will be announced July 10, 2009. Five selected students will receive a round-trip ticket and 7-10 days’ accommodations for their international stay.

Jury: Ma Yansong Sponsor of the 2009 Mad Travel Fellowship: VERTU

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Cite: Karen Cilento. "The Mad Traveling Fellowship in China" 02 Jun 2009. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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