Friday, June 16, 2017

BSc Architecture Scholarship for International Students, UK 2017

Deadline: 31/08/2017 Degree: Bachelor Scholarship Description: The University of Reading is delighted to offer BSc Architecture Sch... thumbnail 1 summary
Deadline: 31/08/2017

Degree: Bachelor

Scholarship Description: The University of Reading is delighted to offer BSc Architecture Scholarship only to those who enrol directly onto Year 1 of the Architecture course in 2017. International students can apply for the scholarship.
The aim of Scholarship is to provide financial help to the students.

Eligibility: The following criteria must be met in order for applicants to be eligible for the scholarship:
A. An academic achievement of grades AAB at A Level (or equivalent*);
B. An impressive performance at interview, which demonstrates excellent design and representation skills and a clear commitment to study architecture at the  University of Reading;
C. Place the University of Reading as Firm choice with UCAS by 4 May 2017.

Benefits: The Scholarship will be awarded £1,000.

Application: Procedure to apply given below:
Portfolio

We will not normally determine your application until we have assessed both your UCAS application and your portfolio. Where a portfolio is of exceptionally high quality, this may have a significant impact on the likelihood of acceptance onto the programme.
The portfolio should demonstrate creative thinking as well as technical ability. There is no expectation of any prior digital drawing skills. However, if you have drawings or other graphic representations which have been developed using any type of software, these should be included. Freehand skills are particularly valued in architecture, therefore sketchbooks showing creative thinking and ideas are particularly viable.
The portfolio may be made up of outputs from an Art or Design-related A level, or other relevant work. Please include photographs of any large-scale work which cannot otherwise be readily included in the portfolio.
The portfolio should contain a mixture of 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional pieces. This may include any of the following:

Hand-drawn sketches
of places, spaces or buildings
Photographic studies
Collage, mixed media
Analytical drawings
Computer aided drawings (CAD)
Images made using Photoshop or other software
Graphic design, website design
Photographs of 3-D work, such as: sculpture, art installation, scale models
Photographs of work in progress forming part of Art/Design studies.