I find the Heritage Conservation degree stimulating on so many levels. We have had the opportunity to visit a number of areas of historical interest within Sydney and have met a variety of people working in related fields who all have inspiring stories and experiences to share. The knowledge gained should complement my existing skills as an analyst and my project management experience.
This is a degree that requires imagination and a lot of hard work. The limitations are up to you: extra-curricular activities or engaging with the broader Sydney and Australian design community are all things that will make your time at Uni something you'll remember for the rest of your life.
I became interested in Architecture in high school as it seemed to combine two thing I was good at Art and Maths. I also have a father who is an engineer. I enjoy Architecture because it’s a type of social engineering which effects everyone. I was originally drawn to architecture because I wanted to practice heritage conservation of buildings but over the years I have become more interested in everything architecture has to offer past, present and future.