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Jobs in Switzerland

Mar 22, 2019 8:56 PM
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I know nothing about architecture. But you can have a look at job advertisements in these countries (e.g. on stepstone.com) and see what skills are usually required for jobs in your field.

And then, be aware that as a non-EU-citizen, it is extremely hard to get a working permit for any of these countries. An employer who wants to hire you has to justify to the authorities why he doesn't hire an EU resident for the job.

March 25, 2019

Yeah, I agree with Luis. If you want to get a job offer as an architect you need to focus on the things an architect should be aware of. Because in my view 3D modelling is another field which requires many specific aspects like: modelling, rendering, texturing and many many more. 3D specialists divide into many sub-fields like animators, interior designers, product shooters 

You need to know even the things about photography if you specialize in interior design or product 

It would be interesting to me to hear from you when you make it :) 

March 24, 2019
As an architect, I highly recommend you to learn the BIM (Building Information Modeling) methodology and to start to work your projects with Autodesk Revit, you can download a 30 days licence in the Autodesk's website. This software is for 3D modeling, 2D floor plans and Rendering.
March 23, 2019
Good luck for your study 
March 23, 2019
yea i am already good to some point at Autocad and Max, i want to focus on mastering one software tho so a company would request me to travel to fill a job offer 
March 23, 2019
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