Mentoring the next generation of architects
TateHindle is pleased to participate in the RIBA Student Mentoring scheme for the 3rd consecutive year. Increasing its commitment to the scheme from one to two architectural schools, the practice will now mentor four students from University of East London (UEL) and London South Bank University (LSBU) this academic year.
Established to support students and help them develop towards becoming fully-qualified architects, the mentoring scheme offers Part 1 undergraduates a valuable insight into practice to complement their third year of studies. Led by David Cameron and Nahdya Thebault, a series of sessions at TateHindle’s Smithfield studios and on site are planned to give students an introduction to working life, an understanding into the business of architecture and practical experience of practice.