Daniel Kealty

Questions and answers:

  1. Before you came to Brookes what did you study and where?
  2. I studied Architecture at Brookes, before that I was studying A levels at Calday Grange Grammar School, which included Art, Physics, English, and Design Technology.

  3. What made you choose Brookes as a place to study?
  4. The Architectural department had a reputation for engaging student with innovative design projects that developed the creative aspects of the architectural profession.

  5. What do you think of the course while you were here?
  6. The course is exciting depending on the units chosen, and can lead to a fulfilled and innovative learning experience. My last year was focused on independent study, allowing me to develop my knowledge and expertise in a subject of my own choice.

  7. What are the best bits of studying at Brookes?
  8. The Design Studio Units that create a free and limitless learning experience that develops each student as an individual, allowing them to realise their own personal architectural design. The Design Units teach students the skills required to implement these ethoses.

  9. What advice do you have for others?
  10. If you a looking for a way to develop and create knowledge, then the Masters program is something worth doing. It should not limit personal ambition, but encourage it, allowing the student to contribute knowledge rather than simply study it.

  11. What are your plans for when you've completed your programme, for work or further study?
  12. I plan to apply for a position within an architecture firm to continue my professional development, leading on to completion of the RIBA Part 3 exam.

Daniel Kealty

Daniel studied Architecture with the School of Architecture

The Design Studio Units create a free and limitless learning experience that develops each student as an individual, allowing them to realise their own personal architectural design.