Iga Ostrowska talks about studying architecture at National Taipei University of Technology in Taiwan and Technische Universitat in Berlin. Hear about the differences between these universities and the Warsaw University of Technology, the topics of study, living in a micro dormitory, drawing classes, project presentation and teamwork at these universities.
Architect, graduate of engineering and master's degree at the Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of Technology. In 2019, she defended her master's thesis with distinction, which was then nominated to the group of Most Interesting Diplomas of WAPW and the final stage of the competition Diploma of the Year named after Zbyszek Zawistowski. Zbyszek Zawistowski, and was also presented at the Plans for the Future 2020 exhibition. During her studies, she participated in student exchanges with the National Taipei University of Technology in Taiwan and twice with the Technische Universitat in Berlin. She focuses her interests and professional experience mainly on urban planning, trying to find the human factor in the projects she performs. Privately, he loves traveling without a plan and walking for hours around Polish and foreign cities, spontaneously discovering new places.
topic scope of the podcast
Why NTUT Taipei and how to apply?
NTUT campus, university
What is it like to study, what are the differences?
Studying vs. free time
Studying at TU Berlin, differences between Polish and German students
Another trip, preparation for master's degree, comparison of studies
What do exchanges offer?
Iga Ostrowska is the author of a community development project in Praga North, which you can read about here.
From the podcast series titled: "All about education - the best universities".
compiled by Dobrawa Bies
illustrations courtesy of Iga Ostrowska