Join the IAAC Alumni community
Over more than 20 years, IAAC has received and been home to over 1500 students from more than 100 countries, including China, the UK, the USA, Australia, the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Argentina, Brazil, Puerto Rico, Ecuador, Peru, Germany, Iran, Thailand, Russia, Turkey, India, Poland, Cyprus, Portugal, Italy, Greece, Spain, Guatemala, Bangladesh, Colombia, Korea and more, making it an exceptionally international and multicultural place.
IAAC’s Alumni community is an active and dynamic network of visionary professionals distributed around the world, promoting principles and applications of Advanced Architecture and collaborating with IAAC in multiple academic and international research operations.
We feel very proud about our Alumni community, and we know they’ve become game-changers and pioneers in their respective fields of work; for these reasons and as part of the alumni festivities, every 2 years we extend an invitation to all our Alumni around the globe to join us in Barcelona to share, learn and celebrate together another year of success.
Stay updated with all the Alumni Meetings:
IAAC’s 4th Global Alumni Meeting, has been announced! It will take place on Friday 28th of April 2023 in Barcelona!
For this very special occasion, we would like to invite all our Alumni around the globe to join us to share, learn and celebrate together another year of success!
IAAC is proud to invite you to the 4th Global Alumni Meeting that will take place in Barcelona on April 28th and 29th, 2023. Join us!
IAAC is proud to finally announce its 4th Global Alumni Meeting that will take place in Barcelona Friday, 28th of April 2023. Submit your proposal before midnight of January 21st, 2023.
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Stay updated with the latest news of the IAAC Alumni Community and their amazing achievements:
IAAC Alumni have been awarded by Lenzing with the “Young Scientist Award” for their Fabricademy final research projects.
IAAC Alumnus Firas Safieddine won the third place in the AI Artathon held by Global AI Summit with the project “Spatial AI Ecologies”.
IAAC is proud to present ‘Nacre’: the Pulpo Collective’s installation for the Vivid Sydney Festival. Nacre takes inspiration from the many shell middens found during…
IAAC is glad to announce that the Master in Advanced Architecture project Water-Driven Breathing Skin, by students Montakan Manosong, Irene Ayala Castro, Chieh Chang and Zina Alkani,…
Last October 21st at the Volkstheater of Vienna, IAAC Alumni Chenthur Raaghav Naagendran was invited to deliver his TEDxVienna talk about “Responsive Intelligence”, exploring the ideas…
Students who successfully graduated from a IAAC Master Programme in the past will have an automatic discount on the tuition fees to enrol in another Master Programme…
Needlab is a non-profit architectural research organization started by IAAC alumni Sameera Chukkapalli, who has been collaborating with the FAB City project to explore how…
IAAC is proud to announce that the award of Middle East Architect of the Year 2017, was given to its Alumni Farshad Mehdizadeh, founder of Farshad…
We love highlighting our Alumni success stories and sharing with the world their groundbreaking work in architecture, design, construction, robotics, planning and social innovation among others. Don’t miss the Alumni interviews were they explain how their professional careers have benefited from their educational experience at IAAC Barcelona!
Saulė Gabrielė Petraitytė – Co-Founder & CEO at Datahood
Master in City & Technology 2017/18 Alumna
Alejandro Quinto Ferrández – Urban Technologist & Computational Designer at YemeArchitects
Master in City & Technology 2019/20 Alumnus
Anna Batallé – Researcher at Eurecat
Master in Robotics & Advanced Construction 2019/20 Alumna
Irene Rodriguez Vara – Urban Data Specialist at O-HB
Master in City & Technology 2017/18 Alumna
Kammil Carranza – Project Manager at Globant
Master in Advance Interaction 2018/19 Alumnus
Stuart Maggs – CEO at Scaled Robotics
Master in Advanced Architecture 2012/13 Alumnus
Arian Hakimi – Lead Designer at Zaha Hadid Architects
Master in Advanced Architecture 2010/12 Alumnus
Natalie Alima– 3D Generative Designer at Adidas, YEEZY
Master in Advanced Architecture 2013/15 Alumna
Alexandre Dubor – Programme Director at IAAC
Master in Advanced Architecture 2011/12 Alumnus
Utsav Mathur – Founder, CEO at GMetri
Master in Advanced Architecture 2015/16 Alumnus
Maite Bravo – Architect, Programme Director at IAAC
Master in Advanced Architecture 2009/10 Alumna
Peter Magnus & Antonio Atripaldi – Architects at Carlo Ratti Associati
Master in Advanced Architecture 2015/16 Alumni
Carlos Bausa – Associate and Sustainability Team Lead at Foster+Partners
Master in Advanced Architecture 2013/14 Alumnus
Aldo Sollazzo – CEO at Nooumena and LaMaquina
Master in Advanced Architecture 2012/13 Alumnus
Ali Basbous – Founder at B.A.D
Master in Advanced Architecture 2008/09 Alumnus
Maria Cynthia Funk – Co-Founder at The Architecture Collective
Master in Advanced Architecture 2015/16 Alumna
Ece Tankal – Co-Founder at Hyphen Labs
Master in Advanced Interaction 2013/14 Alumna
Farshad Mehdizadeh – Founder at FMZD Architects
Master in Advanced Architecture 2011/12 Alumna
ALUMNI AMBASSADOR PROGRAMME
We are proud to have a community of 1791 alumni across 115 countries – a network that is growing stronger thanks to the support of our Global Alumni Ambassadors worldwide.
When you become part of the Global Alumni Ambassador Programme, you’ll be sharing your alumni story with others and have a positive impact on the next generation of students. As an Ambassador, you’ll have the chance to deepen your connections with IAAC, achieve personal goals, enhance your professional skills and extend your experience.
We invite you to join our global network of alumni ambassadors and be a valued volunteer in your city – and share your love and pride for IAAC!
Share your experience with others
Lend your voice and experiences at events. This provides you with a unique opportunity to inspire our fellow alumni, along with current and future students.
- Alumni networking events
- Onboarding and pre-departure sessions
- Welcome and farewell events
- Industry engagement
- Guest speaker opportunities
Inspire the next generation
Now that you’ve established yourself in your career, you are in the perfect position to guide alumni and graduating students who are just starting to explore their post-university careers. Through the University’s mentoring programs, you have the opportunity to share your experience, wisdom and advice.
Tell us more about the impact IAAC has had on your life and career
Sharing alumni stories is one of the best ways to communicate the values of IAAC’s education to prospective students, their families and the global alumni community. We are proud of our alumni and enjoy sharing your stories and testimonials across our publications, website and social media channels.
Connect with IAAC’s global alumni network
Our international alumni network is strong and growing stronger. Wherever you are in the world, you can find support through local alumni chapters, networks and regional alumni ambassadors – connecting you with networking, social and professional development opportunities.
Through these engagements you’ll have the opportunity to forge friendships and professional networks that span the globe. Be a country alumni representative, inspire others and have some fun creating lifelong memories and ongoing connections.
Expand your alumni network for professional and personal development.
Enhance your resume through professional development opportunities (e.g. guest speaking, mentoring and networking).
Stay connected with IAAC’s alumni, faculty and students.
No matter when you graduated or where in the world you studied, IAAC wants to welcome you back into the community. Update your details and enjoy your alumni perks that come with a 1761-strong global alumni community.
We’ve compiled our most frequently asked questions and answered them here. If you can’t find your question here please email us at [email protected].
No need to register! As soon as you graduate from IAAC you are considered a member of the alumni community. Past and present members of academic staff and of the IAAC Academic Committee are also members.
Here’s the breakdown:
|Alumnus||One male graduate|
|Alumna||One female graduate|
|Alum||Gender neutral term for one graduate|
|Alumnae||A group of only female graduates|
|Alumni||A group of graduates, including all genders OR a group of only male graduates|
Yes. In order to receive all the benefits the alumni are entitled to it is important that your contact details are kept up to date. You can update them here.
The IAAC Alumni Team organises events throughout the year where you can connect with world-class professors, thought leaders, and global speakers on a diverse range of topics and interests both locally and internationally.
If you have any suggestions for an event or would like to lend a hand, please contact IAAC Alumni Office [email protected]