Vectorworks has invited undergraduate and graduate students to submit their designs to the seventh Vectorworks Design Scholarship.
The global competition is open to undergraduate and graduate students in major disciplines related to architecture, landscape architecture, landscape design, entertainment and interior design. Students can submit a new design or past project from any of their classes for the chance to win up to $10,000.
“It’s clear that today’s student designers have limitless potential. We’re honored to have the opportunity to showcase their creative talents and innovative designs but also help to foster their future careers through the exposure and financial assistance this competition can provide,” said Vectorworks Academic Marketing Programs Specialist Jen Hart. “We encourage all students to take advantage of this unique opportunity to shine a light on their achievements as they embark on their professional journey.”
Competition entries will be evaluated by an expert panel of international judges in two rounds. First-round winners will each receive up to $3,000 and will be entered for the chance to win the grand prize Richard Diehl Award, worth up to an additional $7,000. Winners’ schools will also receive free Vectorworks Design Suite software and free virtual or in-person workshop training for faculty and students.
Submission deadlines and prize award amounts differ based on the applicant’s country or region.