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investing time in march or the field?
hey hi,
i have just completed my b.arch.I would like to know your experiences and advice. I am confused whether to go for further studies(sustainable /urban design/housing) or shall get more knowledge by working in field? I aim to build well designed and environmentally sensitive buildings in near future and survive in the market as a good architect
Haripriya Dalal
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investing time in march or the field?
hi
i really need help
Haripriya Dalal
investing time in march or the field?
Hey Haripriya,

I was exaclty in you situation a year ago and doing Masters now. Frankly I was sure of what to do in Masters, and the matter of confusion was to do it when? Its a tough call, but as I see it, its better that you get one year or so experience before you do your masters. Though I was pretty confident of my decision at that time, now the factor of lack of practical experience bugs me with my job hunting. If you are not bothered about salary and stuff, its ok. But it is always a good thing if you have a practical experience of a year or more before Masters. It would help you fetch a job easily and with a good salary.
Sriraj Gokarakonda
investing time in march or the field?
field is the place to be practical active architect.
Dushyant Nathwani
investing time in march or the field?
Haripriya, I assume your "march" is an M.Arch [Masters in Architecture]?
Frank John Snelling
investing time in march or the field?
hey shirija
thnx,i gathered that even one year is not enoguh to gain grip of a building .. i mean civil projects r completed in 2-3 years approx..
Haripriya Dalal
investing time in march or the field?
hey sorry it was
sriraj,
Haripriya Dalal
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