QUEENSLAND UNIVERSITY STUDENTS TAKE THE OPPORTUNITY TO STUDY HOUSING ISSUES IN SRI LANKA THANKS TO THE NEW COLOMBO PLAN.
Working with students from the City School of Architecture in Sri Lanka topped off their architecture studies in a way University of Queensland students Melissa Jin and Caitlin Masters had never imagined when they began their degrees.
Through the New Colombo Plan, Melissa, Caitlin and 14 fellow students toured Sri Lanka for two weeks visiting culturally significant buildings and exploring design ideas and practices to support the social and cultural needs of low-income Sri Lankan communities.
The University of Queensland students were hosted by their partner university, the City School of Architecture (CSA) in Colombo, and the students from both institutions worked closely together.
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