Architectural Education and the Profession: Practitioner Survey
Welcome to the survey of the architectural profession on education issues
This survey forms part of the Architecture Education and the Profession study being conducted in Australia, NZ and PNG by the Architects Accreditation Council of Australia, with funding support from the Association of Architecture Schools of Australasia, the Australian Institute of Architects, the Australian Deans of Built Environment and Design, and New Zealand architectural stakeholders. For more information about the study, please visit the AACA Website.
This research will help understand and identify ways to improve the experience of architecture academics, students and graduates, and support greater connections between schools of architecture and the architectural profession.
The survey should take 10-15 minutes to complete. You do not have to be registered as an architect to undertake this survey. We are looking for your personal opinion from your own experience. All responses are anonymous and cannot be attributed to respondents in the project report or any subsequent research.
You can read the full participant information statement here: Participant Statement. By proceeding with this survey you are taken to have acknowledged and consented to the terms of this research.
If you have already filled out our survey of architecture academics (i.e. you work as both an academic and practitioner) please DO NOT complete this survey, as many of the questions overlap and we only want to count your opinions once!