2) Once you complete the online application and make a full payment, you are registered to the programme.
A CV and portfolio is only required if applying for the reduced fee scholarship.
The deadline for applications is 4th August 2017.
The aim of the course is to push students to consider and experiment with the limits of water catchment architectures for Spain, as well as engaging students in the design methodology of the AA. The workshop is open to professionals and students in all fields.
The AA Visiting School requires a total fee of £945 per participant. This breaks down as Course Fee £635 + AA Visiting School Membership £60 + £250 for accommodation and breakfast. If you are an existing AA member, please inform us through the application process and the £60 will be deducted from the total fee.
Please note that this fee includes accommodation and breakfast. You will be responsible for the remainder of your food, airport transfers and any other purchases you may wish to make on the course.
There is a limited number of 50% reduced fee scholarships available for students. To apply for the discounted fee (available due to generous sponsors) you will be required to send your CV, a portfolio consisting of 4xA4 sheets and 1xA4 to include a brief explanation of your personal circumstances, outlining why you feel you are eligible (highlighting outstanding merit or financial need). Scholarship applications have to be submitted no later than 4th July 2017 and successful applicants will be informed by 1st August 2017, therefore please ensure to apply early, and inform the visiting school of your application when registering.
At the end of the course you will be presented with a certificate of completion from the Architectural Association.