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Why Hire U of T Architecture Graduates?
With world-renowned teachers and a wealth of opportunities to hone their skills and knowledge, our students are ready to create designs for the 21st century. Living in one of the most vibrant cities in Canada, students not only learn from the city as a resource, but also have access to Toronto’s largest professional design community.
Having information technology as an integral part of student learning, our students have the opportunity to learn in excellent facilities such as the HOK Labs, Photography and Audio-Visual Studio, Prototyping Laboratory, and Model Workshop.
The Frank Gehry International Visiting Chair
There is a unique opportunity for all students to learn from the very best in the field of architectural design. Named in honour of Toronto-born Frank O. Gehry, the visiting chair program brings a highly recognized international architect to teach a graduate studio in architecture, landscape, and design each year. Past visiting chairs have been Diane Lewis, Merrill Elam, Preston Scott Cohen, and Daniel Libeskind.
Center for Landscape Research
Fostering research in landscape design, the Centre for Landscape Research facilities are world-class and include simulation and rapid prototyping tools, along with software and digital research repositories. Many professional firms use these cutting-edge facilities, giving our students the opportunity to work with the very best on architectural projects.
Professional Experience Program (PEP)
A special PEP award provides selected applicants with job placement in an internationally acclaimed architecture or landscape architecture office, such as Gehry and Partners LLP, Todd Williams Billie Tsien, Claude Cormier, Skidmore Owings and Merritt, Morphosis, and Stoss Landscape Urbanism.
The Global Architecture option offers students in the master’s programs the opportunity to study abroad within a research-oriented, six-week summer program. Some of the past trips have been to Cuba, Spain, the Netherlands, and China.
Some of today’s leading architects are graduates of the University of Toronto John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design, including Raymond Moriyama, Stephen Teeple, Ralph Giannone, Tye Farrow, DeeDee Taylor Hannah, Alan Vihant, Jamie Fobert, and Bruce Kuwabara.
Jobs for Which Our Graduates Are Ready
Updated, March 2009