Master of Architecture/Master of Property
- CRICOS code: 105514A
The Melbourne curriculum
Meet Ariani Anwar, currently employed at John Wardle Architects. She recently completed her Masters of Architecture, following a Bachelor of Arts in Art History and Hispanic Cultural Studies from the University of Melbourne. She is a founding editor of Inflection, the internationally published student-run journal of the Melbourne School of Design.
Studying Property at the Melbourne School of Design means exposure to industry experts and current concepts taught into your subjects. Our Professor of Property Piyush Tiwari recently hosted REA Group, Urbis and Leadlease in a discussion about the Future of the Residential Property Market:
Internships and Vocational Placements
Vocational Placements, also known as Work Integrated Learning (WIL) or Experiential Learning, are a valuable way for students to get hands-on experience in industry while studying. The MSD Vocational Placement subject enables eligible students to undertake an unpaid, short term placement with a host organisation or industry that is relevant to the student’s area of study. Students are allocated an academic supervisor and a host supervisor prior to starting the placement. These two roles provide students an important source of support throughout the placement and the ensuing report is submitted for academic credit.
The Melbourne School of Design has a unique Studio teaching format for their Master of Architecture degree. At the start of each semester students select from an array of different studio concepts that change regularly to reflect the changing face of Architecture. Each studio iteration works to a different design brief so you can select studios that allow you to explore different areas of interest or build upon a specific one.
“The theoretical framework of the Master of Property in conjunction with the practical implementation of professional work in the property industry provided me with synergies that helped to develop me as an individual and advance my career prospects. The opportunity for group work and information sharing between disciplines enhanced my interpersonal skills and ability to communicate with people from all different walks of life.
The Melbourne School of Design brings together a diverse range of students and University professionals from all over the world, who specialise in all built environment disciplines. This, combined with the University’s connection to industry professionals (who regularly partake in lectures and tutorials) is what made studying at MSD so valuable.” Toby Woolridge. Master of Property student.