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Comments about Bachelor of Architecture - At the institution - Belfast - Belfast - Belfast - Northern Ireland
The BArch course is for graduates in architecture who wish to complete their architectural education to RIBA/ARB Part II
Entrance Requirements BArch: Normally an upper second class (2.1) Honours degree in Architecture from an approved RIBA/ARB Part I course in a recognised institution, and at least 12 months satisfactory experience in architectural practice, in accordance with RIBA/ARB regulations for practical training. Additionally, candidates may be invited for interview or asked to submit further relevant information to support their application.
Bachelor of Architecture
2 years, full-time.
Number of places
Average intake 30–35 students.
Morning / Afternoon / Evening.
BArch syllabus in accordance with the RIBA, ARB criteria for validation and prescription
Design and Communication 1 (315ARC810)
Design and Communication 2 (310ARC817)
Professional Skills (305ARC813)
Specialist Subject (305ARC814)
Design thesis, which demonstrates competence in:
Architectural communication (315ARC832)
Architectural design (330ARC830)
Architectural technology (315ARC831).
Written examination papers, set essays, dissertation, reports, practical/project work, oral examination.
Opportunities for Careers
Completion of the BArch is Part II of the RIBA/ARB criteria leading to eligibility to sit Part III, the Professional Examination.