MA ARCHITECTURE + URBANISM
Description of the Role
The successful candidate will work with the Programme Leader, Cohort Leaders, and established team of tutors to provide academic input to students studying for the MA in Architecture + Urbanism via a Studio teaching role.
Thursday consists is a day of Studio run in three blocks over the course of the year; A, B & C. The order in which these are taught depends on whether the student enrolled in the September or January intake; the September studios running chronologically and the January studios running in the order B, C, A. Studio A, is a collaborative project, typically exploring issues in the design of cities, urban space, or urban-scaled architecture. Studio B, an individual project, allows students to explore key architectural and urban issues as a design thesis, underpinned by a personal research methodology, while Studio C sees the culmination of the work begun in Studio B, communicating final resolution to professional presentation standards.
Interests and Skills
Design studio and lecturing experience, preferably at postgraduate level
Excellent organisational, process management, presentation and communication skills
Masters Degree (or equivalent) in architecture and / or urban design, landscape or built environment. Candidates studying for, or in receipt of, a PhD would be desirable.
Availability: 7 hours per week (1 day)
Interest in architectural and urban history and theory, academic research conventions and processes, as well as architecture and urban design
Experience or willingness to learn web-based educational softwares, eg. Moodle and online digital platforms to facilitate current teaching patterns.
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