Now in its second year, the Architects’ Journal are inviting UK-based architecture schools to enter the AJ Student Prize, which is open to all students on RIBA accredited architecture courses.
We would like to invite schools to submit a final year project from two students – one at undergraduate level and one at postgraduate level. All entries received from each school will be published in the AJ’s annual student July issue.
Following a successful first year of receiving 79 entries from 44 different schools, the prize has now evolved as we add another category into the mix. The new addition to this year’s competition is an opportunity for schools to submit a project into our inaugural ‘sustainability category’ – for standout projects that address environmental concerns. This category is open for schools to enter once they have entered into the undergraduate and/or postgraduate categories first.
Our renowned judging panel will decide on a winner from both levels and the winners will be announced at a prize-giving event taking place in September at a central London location. In addition to this, the 2019 winners will also receive further coverage in the September issue of the AJ.
This free to enter prize is a great platform to celebrate the work of both architecture students and universities across the UK as they strive to teach the next generation of skilled architects.
Highlights of the AJ Student Prize 2018