The Daniels Bootcamp is a summer program that is designed for high school students with an interest in architectural design and a strong command of English. In partnership with the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape & Design, this program challenges students in architectural topics and inviting them to approach questions of design, through individual and group work, modelled after typical university assignments

 

During this 4-week all-inclusive program, students will be immersed in an English language environment at Canada’s top university and gain a deeper understanding of architectural fields. While developing leadership, interpersonal communications, and teamwork, students will work in groups and develop design thinking and understanding in the architectural design process. Students will have both morning and afternoon courses and will be participating in co-curricular activities in the evening and weekends.

John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design

The John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape & Design is a leading authority in the ever-changing fields fueled by globalization and economic, technical and aesthetic formations. The Daniels Faculty offers unique undergraduate programs in architectural studies and visual studies to foster critical and creative thinking and prepare students for professional environments that require complex technical, and historical acumen and design-based solutions.