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UNSW GRADUATION EXHIBITION 2019

Please join us to celebrate and support the graduating students of the Bachelor and Master of Architecture at UNSW.
The exhibition is a celebration of the creative, technological and innovative explorations of this generation of emerging architects. Fresh and inspiring, ARCH-EX demonstrates the exciting prospects for the future of the profession.

7 Alternative, Interdisciplinary Graduate Courses for Architects

The Harvard Graduate School of Design offers a "Master in Design Engineering (MDE)" in conjunction with the university's John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Image © <a href='https://www.flickr.com/photos/peterhess/5827571398'>Flickr user peterhess</a> licensed under <a href='https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/'>CC BY 2.0</a>
The Harvard Graduate School of Design offers a "Master in Design Engineering (MDE)" in conjunction with the university's John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Image © Flickr user peterhess licensed under CC BY 2.0

As final juries draw to a close, graduating architecture students are left with a crucial decision to make. While some might take a plunge into the scary real world looking to gain professional experience, others might choose to further reinforce their architecture education and skill set. Of the latter, most enroll in an MArch program, or take well-trodden paths into urban design and planning, landscape architecture, historic preservation, or theory and criticism. But in an increasingly complex world faced with myriad problems, what about those graduate architects looking to bolster their education in other related disciplines that will give them a more unique perspective on design problems? Here, we shortlist seven alternative, interdisciplinary graduate programs offered by architecture schools worldwide.

UNSW Presents its Annual Graduation Exhibition: Uncharted Paradigms

UNSW Master of Architecture presents its annual Graduation Exhibition, 'UNCHARTED PARADIGMS'. Uncharted Paradigms provides a comprehensive insight into the various possible approaches to architectural design.

The wide range of projects seeks to examine the anticipated present and future states of the built environment, coupled with a critical examination of the role which architecture plays in the shaping of space and urban fabric.