Fully-funded student places on Architectural Drawing Summer School

15 May 2018

25-30 August 2018 at Bruton School for Girls in Somerset

Bruton School for Girls in Somerset is hosting a fantastic opportunity for Year 12 and 13 (A level students), who have an interest in studying architecture, to learn more about the subject with some of the best lecturers teaching architecture in the UK.

The Summer School is organised by the Royal Fine Art Commission Trust (www.rfact.uk) in association with Drawing Matter (www.drawingmatter.org), Hauser & Wirth Somerset, Kingston School of Art, Queens University Belfast, Reading University and Bruton School for Girls. Expert tuition will be led by Andrew Clancy, Professor of Architecture at Kingston, with a team of tutors and experts from each of the universities.

Successful applicants will receive bed and board in the school’s facilities, and will work in the town of Bruton, and liaise intensively with educational facilities and staff at Hauser & Wirth Somerset. During the week students will be exposed to conversations and exercises set by many of the leading thinkers in architectural education today.

Find out how you can nominate a pupil from your school here. The deadline to apply is Monday 21 May.