FW: RIBA ICE McAslan Bursary 2012 - £7,500 grant for students and recent graduates

September deadline for the RIBA ICE McAslan Bursary in 2012.

 

This is a great opportunity for current students and recent graduates to apply for up to £7,500 to develop an original design project that will cultivate positive change to communities and environments.

 

The project should encompass the ethos of John McAslan + Partners:

·         To create architecture that improves people's lives;

·         To aim for an architecture which is rational and poetic, robust and delightful;

·         To tackle problems head on and think laterally;

·         To deconstruct a brief and let a design emerge from close examination of the pieces;

·         A belief that buildings should be underpinned by a powerful idea;

·         that the idea should be an intelligent and logical response to functionality and a sense of place.

In addition to providing up to £7,500 of funding, John McAslan + Partners will offer mentoring support to the bursary holder.

To be eligible to apply, applicants must be a student or have graduated in the last 5 years from an RIBA-validated school of architecture, or a JBM-accredited engineering course.

See the website for more details www.architecture.com/mcaslanbursary

 

You can download the Information to Applicants and Application Form from the website.

 

Don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions about this Bursary.

 

Please forward this email and promote this opportunity to students and recent graduates who are eligible to apply to the Bursary.

 

Kind regards

 

Jo Scott

Education Projects Coordinator

 

Royal Institute of British Architects

66 Portland Place

London W1B 1AD

Tel: 020 7307 3678

www.architecture.com

 

 

 

Jo Scott

Education Projects Coordinator

 

Royal Institute of British Architects

66 Portland Place

London W1B 1AD

Tel: 020 7307 3678

 

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