STUDENT TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIP
The annual Student Travel Scholarship offers an opportunity for an architecture student to experience and develop a greater understanding of architecture and urban design.
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2014 ADAM URBANISM TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIP
The 2015 ADAM Architecture Student Travel Scholarship has been awarded to Tarn Philipp, third year student at the Sir John Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design at London Metropolitan University studying Architecture. Tarn will travel to Ethiopia later this year to study the Rock-hewn churches, visiting the more remote churches in the Tigray province.
Jingwen Zhao has been awarded ADAM Urbanism's Student Travel Scholarship 2014.
Jingwen is undertaking an urban study of Traditional Chinese Water-towns. She will visit six water-towns in the Jiangnan area of China including Luzhi, Tongli, Zhouzhuang, Xitang, Nanxun and Wuzhen. Her study will mainly focus on the space along the main canals in each town. Her research will be published at an event later this year.
ADAM URBANISM STUDENT TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIP 2014 CALLED FOR ENTRIES RELATING TO INTERNATIONAL URBAN DESIGN
ABOUT THE SCHOLARSHIP: The scholarship is open to applications from undergraduate and graduate students enrolled at a UK or International RIBA-accredited school of architecture, from Part I up to 3 years after Part II, or equivalent qualification. Now in its ninth year, the student travel scholarship has a successful track record of supporting students to engage in international research in architecture and urban design.