MSc Architectural Studies

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  • Entry requirements
    Entry Conditions You should normally hold a upper second class honours degree or better in an Art and Design/Built Environment discipline from a recognized institution. Applicants with an equivalent qualification in another discipline may be admitted if they can show evidence of exceptional ability appropriate to the course.
  • Academic title
    MSc Architectural Studies
  • Course description
    The Master in Architectural Studies degree is aimed for national and international students who have not obtained an RIBA Part I qualification. This non professionally accredited but specialised architecture degree responds to the complex and changing context of architectural practice and the increasingly diverse and specialised nature of construction and the creative industries. The degree provides extensive opportunities for increased collaboration between individuals with varied background to influence new working paradigms and enrich the knowledge base in our changing built environments. The programme benefits from access to extensive workshop facilities in both Belfast and Jordanstown campuses, which was highly praised by the last RIBA validation panel. The programme promises to provide an exciting multi disciplinary learning environment led by highly qualified architecture and built environment professionals.


    As well as entry conditions, all applicants, will have to go through assessments of their portfolios and/or interviews.

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