This year for the first time, we examined how architecture firms rank the academic programs of the colleges and universities in their own regions. These are the results.
This year for the first time, we examined how architecture firms rank the academic programs of the colleges and universities in their own regions. These are the results. The votes cast for schools beyond the responding firm’s regional border were excluded to compile these results. There is often a paradox in that some schools rank higher in national repute than within their region.
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