Ongoing Projects (Education Academy)
Architecture’s Afterlife: the survey
The European Association of Architectural Education (EAAE) Education Academy is conducting a continuation study into the careers of architecture graduates all over Europe, and would like to request your help in sharing this questionnaire with your architecture graduates (via your alumni offices). The purpose of this questionnaire is to examine the potential diversity of architecture futures across the European Union.The questionnaire should take no more than 10 minutes to complete and the responses will be anonymised.
The study is being conducted by the Royal College of Art (RCA), London. Other project partners include University of Antwerp, Politecnico di Torino, Universitat Politècnica de València, University of Zagreb and KU Leuven. If you have any questions about the study, please contact council member Dr Harriet Harriss at the Royal College of Art in London: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The survey exists in several languages: English, French, Italian, Spanish, German, Portuguese, Greek, Dutch, Croatian, Slovak and Turkish
(click on the language of your preference to access the survey)
If you’re able to help with any missing translations please contact Johan De Walsche on email@example.com.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Exploring the Field of Interaction in Architectural Design Education is an Erasmus+ research program conducted by the TOBB University, and partners Universidade Lusofona, Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, TU Eindhoven, the University of Zagreb Faculty of Architecture, and the EAAE.
The project explores the in-between activities bridging education and the profession, focusing on the final stages of architectural education before entering practice: the final design studio and internships. In its first phase, it maps in detail the formats, goals and procedures of the final graduation thesis qualifying the student in attaining a degree, as well as mapping the role of internships in European curricula as well as conditions of entering practice and attaining qualifications.
Due to its in-depth analysis of outcomes mirrored in knowledge and skills tested through the final design studio, as well as experiences of practice and informal learning during study, it produces a qualitative view of learning outcomes and actual skills attained. Following this, the projects aims to innovate the paths followed within in-between mediation activities occurring in these fields of interactions (methods, processes, and execution).
More information on the course of the projects and its activities can be found at efiade.org