The Cass and The Moscow School of Architecture (MARCH) included in the new edition of 'Europe’s Top 100 Schools of Architecture and Design' published by DOMUS Magazine.
Date: 15 February 2014
Both The Cass and The Moscow School of Architecture (MARCH) , the School that we helped establish in Moscow, are included in the new edition of 'Europe’s Top 100 Schools of Architecture and Design' published by DOMUS Magazine.
An annual publication, this second edition of Europe’s Top 100 Schools of Architecture and Design exemplifies Domus’ desire to act as an international point of reference for the education – and the educational debate – of future European architects and designers. Only five schools in London and three in Russia are included in the list.
DOMUS believes that employability is a major consideration in young people’s study choices and has established the guide as a point of reference for guidance on educational options in the architectural and design worlds. The guide offers an annotated selection of the educational provision in the spheres of Architecture, Product Design, Graphic Design and Interaction Design, as offered by leading European schools based primarily on the following evaluation criteria: international outlook and efficiency; research activities and foreign exchanges; professors and prominent former students; plus links with public and private bodies. It features the most innovative schools and those with a longstanding tradition that offer prize structures and libraries.
The guide was free with the December 2013 issue of Domus, and free to subscribers for download in the digital version.
DOMUS also recently published feature about The Cass , it's new studios, projects and approaches to teaching.
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