Architekt/in FH, wer bist du?

Diethelm, Alois
January 2013
werk, bauen + wohnen;jan/feb2013, Issue 1/2, p59
Trade Publication
An article on the allegedly lacking abilities of graduates from Swiss architectural colleges is presented. The author discusses the lack of meaningful apprenticeships for college students, examines the consequences of the increased complexity of 21st-century buildings, and analyzes the effects of the Bologna process educational standards on architecture students.


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