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Trying to understand MIT's mArch program

oli_allstar

Hi everyone-

Just curious about what MIT's program is about. I've searched their site and any info I could gather here but I'm trying to figure out what they're day to day program is like.

Does this school teach the students how to design "traditional" buildings that look like buildings (and how they go together) or is the program more like Sci Arc's in that it's very experimental/conceptual where their building designs don't look like...buildings?

I'm sure the name brand of MIT would help land jobs for the grads but where? Do you all who are practicing architecture have colleagues that have come from MIT?

Thanks- 

 
May 9, 19 3:52 pm
thisisnotmyname

We employed an MIT grad who was quite capable in producing useful work in an our decidedly non-theoretical office setting.   The person was more capable and less arrogant than some similar grads of SciArch and Harvard.  The person had worked in other offices prior to ours, so I can't comment on how MIT grads are right out of school.  

May 9, 19 4:00 pm
workmorelivemore

@mitarchitecture on instagram might help direct you to current students you can dm.


Most schools have dedicated Instagram accounts.

May 9, 19 9:46 pm
BobbyPerez

It is the best institute that provide architecture study where students can take master degree in the field of planning and architecture.

May 14, 19 1:17 am

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