πŸ“ Applying to study Architecture at the University of Plymouth πŸ“

πŸ“ Applying to study Architecture at the University of Plymouth πŸ“

It was around this time of year, 2 years ago, that I was weighing up my options for university. I asked my family, teachers and friends for advice on courses, location, student life, accommodation etc. I had a realistic look at the grade requirements and made my selections with a backup plan. I prepared my application through UCAS which included my predicted grades and my personal statement. As I was applying to study architecture, the universities required me to send in an online portfolio to show my creative ability. 

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🌌 Making The Most of Plymouth's Surroundings 🌌

🌌 Making The Most of Plymouth's Surroundings 🌌

On the 10th of October, my housemates and I noticed that clear skies were forecast and there was a great opportunity to test my new camera on the starry night sky. It’s an Olympus OMD EM-10 Mark II that came with two Lenses, a 40-150mm zoom lens and a 14-42mm pancake lens. I was really excited to see the quality of photos I could get with it.

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πŸ›οΈ A Journey into a World of Architecture πŸ›οΈ

πŸ›οΈ A Journey into a World of Architecture πŸ›οΈ

My name is Marcus and I am a second-year student, studying Architecture at the University of Plymouth. The aim of my blog is to explore different topics of a student’s everyday life while dipping in and out of various architectural topics.

My family moved to China when I was 4 years old. This exposed me to a wide range of beautiful Chinese architecture at a very young age. I still have the medal that I got while walking the Great Wall of China and countless photos of me standing in front of mesmerising temples. Even though I was so young, this short period of my life provided me with so many memories.

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