Jatin Naru, winner of the fourth Norman Foster Foundation Scholarship at The Bartlett School of Architecture
November 6, 2020
This year’s Norman Foster Foundation Scholarship has been awarded to Bartlett undergraduate student Jatin Naru, for the BSc in Architecture Programme, who impressed the jury with his inspirational leadership skills, his hard work, and talent. Naru’s work stood out from those of the other candidates as he organized a series of workshops and other community-led projects where he inspired young students to create models, drawings, and other forms of 3D structures. In addition, his work demonstrated a high level of intellectual engagement and a unique palette of analytical skills. The jury met at the Bartlett School of Architecture and interviewed ten students, all of whom were outstanding and unique in their perspectives. This is the fourth year that the Norman Foster Foundation Scholarship has been awarded, and the Foundation is proud to note that the profiles of student applicants only increase in strength and diversity every year.
The Norman Foster Foundation funds the full academic fees of one student per year to ensure that the most promising candidates in Europe, regardless of means, have the opportunity to undertake the Bartlett School’s BSc Architecture Course.