BAA Student Ambassadors Programme Announced

Congratulations to this year’s BAA Student Ambassadors! We’re very excited to announce our first cohort of 15 Architecture and Interiors students from Part 1 to PhD. They will be actively representing and giving a voice to the Future Architects of the West Midlands from BCU, Coventry and Wolverhampton University.


The newly launched programme is a great opportunity for future architects to gain experience, boost their CVs and expand their networks beyond academic education.

Student Ambassador’s across all levels of architecture and interior design courses, from Part 1 to PhD, will play an active role in shaping the future of the profession and take ownership of their voice across the West Midlands.

The role will allow students to develop and improve skills, receive insights and career guidance as well as engage with architects and potential employers from over 100+ local practices.

Ambassadors are also encouraged to pitch and run their own events, along with their own work and achievements published on the BAA website and across our social media platforms.

There will also be opportunities to represent your university at the soon to be launched RIBA West Midland’s Education, Research & Practice Special Interest Group as well as feed into the Future Architects network both regionally and nationally.


Watch this space, these are the faces of the future!

BCU – BA (Hons) Architecture
Dunia El-Zahawi
Emily Haigh
Widuri Clare
AB Mukadam

BCU – MArch Architecture
Tegan Robinson-Morris
Kyle Conway

BCU – MA Interior Architecture and Design
Sophie Holbeche
Catherine Abdelshahid

Wolverhampton – BSc Architecture
Manmohan Singh

Wolverhampton – MArch Architecture
Izabella Lukasik
Bashir Aminu

Wolverhampton – PhD candidate in the Architecture/Built Environment field
Nenpin Dimka

Coventry – BSc Architecture
Mohammad Zahidi

Coventry – BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design
Tabitha Odutayo

Coventry – MArch Architecture
Corrie Cross
Weronika Sielska


The Birmingham Architectural Association is kindly supported by our patron Allermuir as well as our sponsors Allgood, Altro, Ibstock, Milliken, Reynaers, SKG Kitchen Gallery and Taylor Maxwell.

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