MArch Architecture

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  • Entry requirements
    Entry Conditions Normally BA Hons Arch degree of 2:2 or higher and /or ARB or RIBA Part 1 with a supervised year out. Experience in Architecture practice. The initial offer standard may vary from year to year.
  • Academic title
    MArch Architecture
  • Course description
    The Master in Architecture degree is awarded to those students who already have RIBA Part I, and on successful completion of the course, these students become eligible, subject to validation, to prepare for RIBA Part III professional practice examination. The programme has been designed as a key component of a postgraduate provision at master-level and PhD level in the architecture programme. The programme will equip graduates with professional training to attain appropriate generic, transferable and subject-specific skills, applicable knowledge and experience for further academic studies and professional development. Included are courses in design, history, theory, law, urban design, professional practice, landscape, and research methods that provide students with a broad understanding of the forces that shape urban environments at both local and global scales. The gained knowledge for this professional degree (i.e. RIBA Part II) will not only support a wide range of employment opportunities in architecture practices, urban design bodies, architecture conservation organisations, and many governmental and private relevant institutions but also facilitate the route to a PhD level research.


    As well as entry conditions, all applicants, will have to go through assessments of their portfolios and/or interviews. The required materials for the portfolios are sent to the applicants together with the criteria for assessment.

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