Corstorphine + Wright is delighted to share the news that Meera Jackson has passed Part III assessment to qualify as an architect.
Meera has excelled in exceptional circumstances, particularly with her final months of practical experience and interviews conducted remotely.
The final stage of qualification is renowned for being particularly challenging. With the practice currently supporting several Part II students, here’s what Meera had to say about her experiences to students undertaking their Part III qualification.
I am absolutely delighted to have passed the final stage of my architectural studies especially given the current situation. To become an architect is a long process so my advice would be, don’t rush and take the time to learn from experiences around you in practice, because those are the most valuable – and most importantly try to enjoy it!”
Following completion of her Part III assessment, Meera is now set to register as an architect with the ARB and is entitled to join the RIBA as a chartered member.
We are all incredibly proud of Meera and wish her the very best in her future architectural career.