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How many architects/building engineers this year?

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How many architects/building engineers this year?

Postby Rosie » 20 Jan 2017, 15:57

Hello :) I wanna study my competitors :D It's so sad that for us there is only one placement!
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Re: How many architects/building engineers this year?

Postby nico.nikolaev » 20 Jan 2017, 16:35

My major is Structural Engineering :D
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Re: How many architects/building engineers this year?

Postby Rosie » 20 Jan 2017, 17:02

Hello! I am a Building Engineer and Architect, an hybrid :D Is your first application? I am literally freaking out, I already can't wait anymore :D
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Re: How many architects/building engineers this year?

Postby nico.nikolaev » 20 Jan 2017, 22:27

Yes it's my first application. I really tried to put my heart and soul into my motivational letter but we will see what happens. If I dont get selected this year I will try the next and so on. :D
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