Thanks to the support of some Sponsors, there are currently available 25 scholarships to partially offset the Programme tuition fees:
- 8 scholarships worth 3.000€ (50% off on the tuition fees)
- 9 scholarships worth 2.000€ (33% reduction on the tuition fees)
- 8 scholarships worth 1.000€ (16% off).
To participate in the Scholarships assignment, candidates have to submit one ISO A1 (841mm x 594mm) in size and oriented to the landscape (i.e., horizontal) format.
A short text in English (100 words) can be included in the A1 board to describe the project. The board must be saved as a .pdf file in high-resolution (max. 200dpi). The PDF file must not exceed 20Mb. The file must be named as: 2021TBD_SurnameName.pdf
The board must present a design project (not necessarily a tall building) for a building with a high level of complexity. The project must have been developed by the Candidates at an advanced level of definition during the course of their regular study, or specifically for this application. The board must be conceived to enhance and show the candidate’s ability to manage large-scale projects, as well to demonstrate skills in the use of design software.
The Scholarships will be assigned on the basis of the singular topics identified by the Jury responsible for the evaluation process. Projects submitted by the candidates must refer to at least one of the topics listed below: