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These claims might sound outlandish unless you are one of thousands of hard-working students who has tried in vain to complete this course and worked day and night, night after night, year after year in the studio. There is nothing unusually difficult about designing and drawing up buildings, it is just very hard to gain a pass mark in project work which is the most subjective part of the course. And failing students = more revenue as students pay to repeat years.
Spend £2.99, read a good story and save yourself £100,000! The views of current students of architecture and practising architects are included at the end.
The architecture schools that I have attended in chronological order are:
1. Mackintosh School of Architecture, Glasgow School of Art (GSA)
2. Dundee University
3. Newcastle University
To backs up my claims, the documentation to accompany my book has been put here as it not easy to read jpg images on a kindle. So I direct any readers interested in the minutiae to read it here. This miserable documentation shows the power of a university against an individual; the individual has no chance, even if your M.P. is Gordon Brown. The book is a much more interesting read (I promise).
Feel free to contact me if you have been similarly affected.