The Moscow School of Architecture (MARCH), which is closely affiliated with The Cass, is showing student work by the first crop of MA graduates in CASS Architecture Summer Show 2014.
Date: 22 June 2014
The Moscow School of Architecture (MARCH), which is closely affiliated with The Cass, is showing student work by the first crop of MA graduates in this year’s CASS Architecture Summer Show.
The Moscow School of Architecture (MARCH) is part of the British Higher School of Art and Design and will offer Cass Architecture students the opportunity to study in Moscow as part of their course. It will also allow us to carry out live projects, research and consultancy in Russia.
MARCH offers students the unique advantage of being able to obtain a British postgraduate qualification - a Postgraduate Diploma in Architecture or MA in Architecture and Urbanism - whilst undertaking studies in Moscow.
Both The Cass and Moscow School of Architecture were included in new edition of 'Europe’s Top 100 Schools of Architecture and Design' published by DOMUS Magazine.
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