This roundup includes self-paced and intensive courses that aim to help students build their architecture portfolios and prepare them for further education.
Also featured are courses focusing on specific aspects of architectural design, including adaptive reuse, building with natural materials and designing for wellbeing.
Here are seven architecture summer schools and online short courses on Dezeen Courses:
The BASEhabit Summer School course at the University of Arts Linz takes place in July in Altmuenster, Austria, and provides students with two weeks of hands-on experience working with natural construction materials.
Starting in July, the Introduction to Architecture Online course at The Cooper Union prepares students for professional architecture programmes with digital technique workshops.
Taking place from 30 June to 10 July at the Royal College of Art's Kensington campus in London, the Architecture Summer School provides design studio experience and lectures to prepare students for postgraduate studies.
The Royal College of Art is also hosting an online course in July titled Creative Reuse in Architecture and Interior Design, which highlights to students the potential of reusing materials, buildings and sites in architecture projects.
The Atelier Emona one-week summer workshop at Atelier Abroad in Slovenia teaches students practical and hands-on architectural skills to build their portfolios.
Design for Wellbeing at Grigoriou Interiors is an online self-paced course that teaches architects and interior designers how to design spaces that improve wellbeing.
Studio First is an intensive five-week online studio organised by Carleton University, Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism, that facilitates graduate architecture studies for those with no formal background in the subject.
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