While Drury’s liberal-arts environment creates a supportive setting for personalized architectural education, our students and our program are also connected to people and places around the globe—reflecting the increasingly global nature of architectural practice.
- 100% of our students study-abroad for at least 5 weeks, and most for a full semester. Study-abroad opportunities exist through the Drury Center on the island of Aigina, Greece; through a student-exchange agreement with the famed ETSAB program in Barcelona, Spain; and through other summer and semester-long programs that have been based in Austria, China, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, Romania, and Spain.
- 100% of our students complete 360 paid internship hours in architectural offices or related activities. Our Spring Break Internship Program places top students in high-level architectural practices around the country and abroad.
- Lecturers and distinguished Visiting Professors expose students to broad perspectives and a range of critical issues, places, and approaches to architectural research and practice.
- Our program attracts highly qualified students from diverse places. Students hail from 13 states and 21 foreign countries. International students make up 23% of our student body.
- Students benefit from a growing alumni network spread around the world. HSA alumni can be found in 41 states and 16 foreign countries.