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Scottish Architecture

Posted by on May 11, 2018 – 01:19 pm

Scottish Architecture

Scotland has been changing the world as we know it for centuries, one innovation at a time. From the wheels on your car and the tarmac they drive on, to the telephone, television and much more - all this was possible thanks to Scottish ingenuity. In the Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design 2016, we celebrate awe-inspiring innovation, breathtaking architecture and brave, bold designs through new and exciting experiences and events. Are you ready for it? The list of Scots inventions, designs and buildings that have influenced the way we think…

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RIAS Edinburgh

Posted by on April 9, 2018 – 11:51 am

RIAS Edinburgh

The RIAS Bookshop is based in the RIAS Building at 15 Rutland Square, Edinburgh. We sell Contracts, including all of the popular Scottish Building Contracts and RIAS Appointment Forms, as well as Books on architecture and design. These are all available in store and online from our specialist bookshop. RIAS BOOKSHOP GIFT VOUCHERS AVAILABLE, BY PHONE OR INSTORE Special Order Service We do hope that you will be able to find what you are looking for, but if you are looking for older versions of contracts or other titles we can order most in, with delivery…

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Edinburgh Design

Posted by on March 28, 2018 – 11:33 am

Edinburgh Design

There are four programmes available, which have been tailored specifically to two types of graduate. At ECA, we run the two programmes for people from a design background. They focus on design, products, media, fashion and architecture. They are: MA Design Informatics (one year, full-time) MFA Design Informatics (two years, full-time) Our collaborators in the School of Informatics at the University of Edinburgh run the two programmes for people from a computing background. They focus on informatics, vision and robotics, speech and language technology…

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Edinburgh - Where is it

Posted by on December 10, 2017 – 07:12 am

Edinburgh - Where is it

Edinburgh, the capital city of Scotland, is located in Southern Scotland on the east coast. The distance in miles from some of Britain’s major cities are as follows: London 398 miles / 640 Kilometres Glasgow 45 miles / 72 Kilometres Newcastle 120 miles / 192 Kilometres Manchester 216 miles / 348 Kilometres Birmingham 292 miles / 470 Kilometres Edinburgh is an international gateway; therefore travelling to the city poses few problems. It is also easily accessible by rail and road. Once there, the compact city centre means it is best explored by foot…

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Edinburgh Towns

Posted by on September 27, 2017 – 07:43 pm

Edinburgh Towns

Fabulous tour. I thought I knew a bit about EdinburghI was wrong. Learned so much and fell in love, all over again, with the beautiful city of Edinburgh. Samantha Ackerley 43 days ago Really enjoyed this tour! Definitely worth doing when you first get to Edinburgh. It helps you get your bearings and understand the history of the city. Just make sure you have enough time because it is two and a half hours. Our guide Peter was fantastic. He was incredibly informative and gave us insights in to the lives of the great artists, poets, writers and significant…

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Edinburgh Uni Architecture

Posted by on September 2, 2017 – 04:18 pm

Edinburgh Uni Architecture

The MArch is delivered through thematically-focussed elective design studios, an ideal platform for graduate-level research-led teaching. Complimentary courses in theory, technology and professional practice are offered to develop your core professional competencies. Uniquely, the programme offers two curricular pathways, allowing you to complete either a one or two-year design-studio thesis, prioritising either breadth or depth of enquiry. Design studios The design studio is the heart of the MArch curriculum, and accounts for 160 credits of the…

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UCAS undergraduate courses Search

Posted by on August 9, 2017 – 03:21 pm

UCAS undergraduate courses Search

Taster courses vary in length: some are one-day courses only, whereas others are held over a weekend, or sometimes over a whole week. There are also a number of summer courses available. You ll often have the opportunity to stay overnight on campus, and to meet lecturers and undergraduate students – while finding out what the course really involves . What should I expect if I go on a taster course? Most taster courses include lectures, discussions, and tutorial sessions. These give you the chance to meet departmental staff and get hands-on experience…

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What courses to study at University?

Posted by on June 2, 2017 – 12:31 pm

What courses to study at University?

The programs of study, known as majors, include a narrative description and a summary of course requirements. Students should read the complete narrative descriptions because the summary eliminates essential information. An explanation of the components of each course entry follows. Course Numbering Unless an exception is noted, course numbering typically follows standard guidelines. Courses numbered 1 are general education and introductory courses. Courses numbered 2 are intermediate, advanced, or upper-level courses that are open only to undergraduates

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Landscape Architecture Edinburgh

Posted by on April 15, 2017 – 06:45 am

Landscape Architecture Edinburgh

Landscape Architects plan and design spaces and places. They work across a diverse range of environments from urban to rural and at scales ranging from the garden to the region­. As a Landscape Architect, you’ll join a chartered profession regulated by the Landscape Institute in the UK and recognised internationally. Study the MLA in Landscape Architecture and you’ll fast track your way to the starting point of Pathway to Chartership, the Landscape Institute’s professional Exam or its international equivalent in just 21 months. Joining one of the…

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University of Edinburgh entry requirements

Posted by on November 17, 2016 – 05:18 pm

University of Edinburgh entry requirements

An explanation of our entry requirements and how to interpret them. Our entry requirements are set to the academic standard we require you, either: to have already achieved to be considered for an unconditional offer of a place of study; or to be capable of achieving, to be considered for a conditional offer of a place of study Typical and minimum entry requirements Our entry requirements are normally expressed with an upper and lower level, for example, -A for Scottish Highers, or -ABB for A Levels. The upper level shows the typical entry requirement…

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