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Pembrokeshire College Construction and Architectural Design student, Cameron Edwards has secured a place on Cardiff University’s Architecture degree course without even attending an interview!
Based on his portfolio alone, Cameron was offered a place at Cardiff University’s Welsh School of Architecture to kick start his training, which involves a seven year programme of study.
College Senior Lecturer, Steve Tindall said, “It is unusual for prospective Architecture degree students to be offered a place without a formal interview but Cameron has a strong body of work which has carried him through”.
Cameron has been spoiled for choice with additional offers from both Cantebury School of Architecture and University of Glasgow following a rigorous interview process, “I feel really lucky to have so many options ahead of me. I’ve always wanted to be an Architect and now I just have to decide where I want to study!”
During his studies at College, Cameron built a portfolio of modern designs of houses, ideas for a new Millennium Stadium, concept sketches and project work designing a dream house. Inspired by mid-century architecture, minimalism and Scandinavian design, Cameron can’t wait to embark on a degree, “I’ve enjoyed every minute of the Extended Diploma course at College, the projects have been really interesting and the lecturers are so supportive. I’ll be sad to leave but I’m looking forward to taking my studies to another level”.
Want to find out where your learning journey could take you? Come along to Pembrokeshire College’s Open Evening on Wednesday 26th April from 5pm. See more at: pembrokeshire.ac.uk/courses
PHOTO: Level 3 Construction and Architectural Design student, Cameron Edwards with his portfolio of work.