<p>i've been posting a lot on this board lately, and have been recieving a alot of great replies. i'm still stuck though on what to do about school. I'm in the Questbridge college match prgm, where I submit a ton of essays and info. and the QB math prgm. can "possibly" match me with a partner school where I will get full tution/room/board/books, everything paid for. But the only schools on the list that I know of that have a 4+2 arch. prgm are Rice and Princeton. There are a lot of REALLY good liberal arts schools on the list, such as Swarthmore, Williams, etc. And turning down a full-ride offer to one of those schools would be really hard.
But.. i also want a school that will get me a great job in architecture. Is doing the 4 year liberal arts degree and then the 3 year M.arch going to have a huge effect on my skills/job placement as an architect? Cheers, you have already said that the 4+3 guys dont get as good of jobs.</p>
<p>Financial assistance is VERY important to me, and knowing that i could go to such a great school for FREE all 4 years is great. But i dont want to do it if i'll end up with a poor arch. career and no skills by doing it that way (4+3) any ideas?</p>