From the images and the juries I have been to last couple of weeks, it looks like most of the schools, more or less, have caught up with each other. Architectural education is in the process of evening out. Tuition price drops might follow. I see a trend of doing architecture again. Except for few schools who are still kind of form, and only form, junkies and about to drown in their own software quicksand.
As for the jury commentary, it is the same usual bs everywhere. Mostly hit and miss.
Nonsense pre-exists; to do nonsense on top of nonsense is redundant. But to absorb the nonsense of the fake columns and the entry--then you begin to get a real tension between the nonsensical existing and the constant grappling.
It's hard to say based on the stream-of-consciousness flow here, wether the jury was bs or not. I'm reading these more as quick hits, meant to convey the sense in the room, rather than comprehensive attempts to document the depth of the work.
That said, I agree with you, Orhan, there's a lot of talent and great education out there everywhere, these days, it's pretty exciting!