Information regarding studio options and balloting for students enrolled in the Master of Architecture Studios C, D or E.
Master of Architecture Studio C, D and E students are offered a selection of studio options each semester. All studio leaders will present their studio topics at the studio presentation day held on the Friday before semester (details below). Studio offerings will also be posted below prior to the beginning of semester, and the Studio Brochure will be published and made available to students a few days prior to the Presentation Day. The brochure will include studio descriptions and a studio timetable.
The Master of Architecture Studio C, D or E studio class allocation process is done via a ballot. If you are enrolled in subjects ABPL90142 Master of Architecture Studio C, ABPL90143 Master of Architecture Studio D, ABPL90115 Master of Architecture Studio E, please read the information below.
Students will be required to submit up to 8 studio preferences via an online form available through the subject's Learning Management System (LMS) and the form button below. Each student should only complete the survey once. Please read and follow the instructions throughout the survey; any invalid entries will affect your final studio allocation. It is recommended that students provide the full 8 preference allowed, to ensure they are allocated to a suitable studio. The final studio allocations will be posted to LMS prior to the beginning of classes. Please check the allocation and attend your allocated studio accordingly.
Ballot Form available from 3pm Friday 21 July
Semester 2, 2017
- Presentation Day: Friday 21 July 2017, 10am - 3:00pm, B117 Theatre, MSD Building
- Ballot opens: Friday 21 July, 3pm
- Ballot closes: Saturday 22 July, 3pm
Semester 2 Studios will be published approximately a week before Presentation Day.
You can view studios for previous semesters in the Studio Archive.
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