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This one-week program incorporates round-table discussions with architects and allows participants to visit architecture firms in NYC. Visits to the Oculus, the Vessel, and other iconic architecture spots in NYC will also provide a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to learn and explore. 

During the program, participants will network and meet current architects and structural engineers and visit their studios and learn about their past, current, and future projects. Participants will visit architectural landmarks all over the city. Students will also have the opportunity to participate in tours at the Skyscraper Museum, The Center for Architecture, and New York City Hall.

Program Dates

This program is only offered to high schools or higher education institutions (HEI) with a minimum of 12 students. If you are a school or HEI and would like your students to participate in this program, email us at This program is offered all year, and our team will discuss a date that works for your group.

Sample Agenda:


Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
World Trade Center Grand Central Visit Skyscraper Museum New York City Hall Manhattan College Certificates and Group Pictures
NYC Department Of City Planning Conversation with an Expert in the industry Architecture Studio Visit Hudson Yards Vessel Tour Architecture Studio Visit
Architecture Studio Visit Discussions with industry professionals Center For Architecture gallery Conversation with Expert Conversation With industry professionals


One-week program: $2,800

Upon completion, participants receive a certificate of attendance. 

Housing and Local Transportation (optional)


Includes Double/double room with shared bathroom in a residence hall location or similar based on availability. Local public transportation (MTA subway and bus).

For international participants that require a visa to enter the U.S., you must have a valid B2 (tourist visa) to participate in this program (we do not sponsor visas for this program).