Alumni: Past and Present

By April 16, 2013 Alumni, Blog, Featured

If you’re keen to learn more about our program and wonder where our students have gone on to work after completing the course, you’ll be happy to hear we’ve recently created an album on our Facebook page that tracks the career paths of our former students.

In the photo above you can see Gunther Stoll, class of 2011-12, during his internship with UN-Habitat in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, who is currently working in Haiti at SODADE, a Haitian planning firm in Port au Prince.

Or Nazanin Mehregan, above, from the same class, who is also working in Haiti with Architecture for Humanity, after having completed her internship with them during the masters course.

Other alumni, like Mostafiz Rahman (above), or Mbongeni Ngulube (below), both from class of  2009-10, are currently pursuing their PhD’s at Macquarie University in Australia, and at the Institute for Anthropological Research in Africa of the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, respectively. In the photo above, Mostafiz evaluates a participatory disaster risk reduction project in Satkhira, Bangladesh in 2011. In the photo below, Mbongeni participates in a conference during his internship with Casa Africa during the masters course.

Fore more alumni stories, like our Facebook page and stay tuned for continued updates!

 

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