RAMSA Travel Fellowship

Prize: $10,000 fellowship

Goal: seeks to promote investigations into the perpetuation of tradition through invention and is awarded to an individual for the purpose of travel and research.
Eligibility: Students in their penultimate year of a graduate-level professional or post-professional degree program
Submission deadline: April 13th, 2018
Winner announcement: May 18th, 2018
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Hanbury Summer Design Scholars

Recipients receive: Full-time position with competitive compensation and includes housing

Goal: Provides a unique opportunity for students and firm professionals to work side by side and learn from each other. Project work, design competitions, design research trips, lectures and critiques.
Eligibility: Open to undergraduates and graduate students in architecture, urban design, landscape architecture, and interior design.
Submission deadline: March 1, 2018
Recipient announcement: Selections will be made in the beginning of March.
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Tile Contractors’ Association of America Architecture Scholarship

Since 2001, the Tile Contractors’ Association of America (TCAA) has had the honor of awarding annual merit scholarships to outstanding architectural students. TCAA is committed to rewarding high achieving students who will lead their industry, shape the language of design, and create new ways to give shape to their vision for public and private space as art for habitation. Beginning in 2016 the scholarship has been expanded to include qualified students pursuing professional degrees in Interior Design or Interior Architecture.

Eligibility for architecture students:

Applicants must be enrolled and working toward a professional degree in architecture and for the 2018-19 academic year must be:

  • In the third or fourth year of a five-year program that results in a BArch or equivalent
  • In the fourth or fifth year of a six-year program (4+2 or other combination) that results in an MArch or equivalent; OR
  • In the first, second or third year of a three- to four-year program which results in a MArch within the architecture discipline. The majority of credit courses must be earned in a campus environment.

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