Alumni Statement

At the end of its 11th edition, the SAHC Masters Course has hosted around 350 students from 65 countries, from Africa, America, Asia, Australia and Europe, with a amazing diversity of cultures and backgrounds. 

Living one year in Europe in two different countries and learning about historical constructions, architectural conservation, earthquake engineering, structural engineering, etc. with people from all around the world fully dedicated to the master course is definitely a lifetime experience.

Check below the comments from alumni a few months after leaving SAHC (chronological order): 

·  B. Nasrolahbeigi (Iran, 2008)

·  T. Morrison (Canada, 2008)

·  B. Kucukdogan (Turkey, 2008)

·  A. Trujillo (Colombia, 2009)

·  A. Elyamani (Egypt, 2009)

·  P. Vonk (USA, 2010)

·  G. Yang (China, 2010)

·  N. Ademovic (Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2011)

·  S. Alonso (Spain, 2011)

·  E. Manning (USA, 2011)

·  C. Aranha (India, 2012)

·  E. Scheibmeir (Austria, 2012) 

·  F.C. Wong (Malasya, 2012)

·  A. Serafini (Italy, 2013)

·  F. Meneses (Portugal, 2013)

·  B. Csikai (Hungary, 2013) 

·  M. Toesca (Italy, 2014)

·  R. Betzer (Israel, 2014) 

·  G. Karanikoloudis (Greece, 2014) 

·  L. Bejarano (Colombia, 2014)

·  A. Nunez (Spain, 2015) 

·  T. Nyandak (USA, 2015)

·  G. Crivellari (Italy, 2015)

·  T. Bhose (Finland, 2016)

·  R. Ramirez (Spain, 2016)

·  C. Kung (Canada, 2016)


 

 

 

 

 (Last update: October 2018)