The catalogue of REMPART placements and construction sites is available. Students wanting a placement as a worker or on a construction site in France or abroad can locate one by applying to REMPART:
1, rue des Guillemites
Tel: +33/0 1 42 71 96 55
Further info on the program: www.rempart.com
Launched under the French presidency of the European Union, the aim of this site is to gather all useful information in the field of architecture in Europe for a wide public.
The goals of this bilingual site are to:
- gather all useful resources in the field of architecture (distribution centres, architecture schools,
professional organisations, the press), in a comprehensive manner,
- briefly present the architectural policy of each of the countries,
- provide a “cultural agenda” of events in Europe (exhibitions, publications, colloquia, visits, festivals, etc.).
Student-centered debates: www.archi-students.org.
ARCHI-STUDENTS.ORG: the first European portal aimed at architecture students, created by Archi-Europe. A large-scale international information campaign is now getting underway, inviting professors and students from all European architecture colleges to become members of the largest communications network for the architects of tomorrow. This site will soon become THE benchmark reference. Everything has been done to give students what they need and what they want, enabling them to create their profile, their own identity, to present projects online, to position themselves very early on in the world of work, to actively search for work placements, to keep up-to-date with relevant new industrial developments and the most recent products. And all this at an international level. Always dynamic and creative, there is nothing overlooked by Archi-Europe, from educational aspects, to the cultural side, to professional perspectives.
The network will cover 450 European colleges, 6000 teachers and 75,000 architecture students. And that’s not all. Archi-Students is planning an annual Creativity Competition, newsletters published in six languages to make communications and information exchange easier (Dutch, French, English, German, Italian and Spanish), a library where you can download documents, an international forum where European students can exchange ideas on relevant subjects. And plenty of other initiatives.
Large companies, leaders in their fields, have enthusiastically rallied round the project. The founding partners will guarantee both high-quality contents and all services being free.