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The Department of Architecture and Landscape at Kingston School of Art has established a clear position within the UK context of architectural education. Our concern with continuity in architectural culture, and in making work which is sensitive to situation and context, places us in a notional community of European schools in places as diverse as Ireland, Switzerland, Scandinavia and Iberia. The graduating practitioner from Kingston is a generalist capable of thinking and making, with the technical and critical skills required to be both nimble and empowered to act in today's diverse architectural culture.
Our exceptional workshops and creative ethos speak of the inherent dynamic of how we see architectural knowledge generated. This course is staffed by a wide range of distinguished
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The course has been designed for applicants seeking a route to registration in the UK and who already have Part 1 exemption as well as at least a year's professional experience. However, there are opportunities for students without this work experience to join the course. If you are in any doubt as to your eligibility to join the course, you are encouraged to apply, stating your experience and qualifications. All suitable applicants are then interviewed prior to acceptance onto the course. See website for full details.
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A vibrant, modern and supportive University based across four campuses, Kingston offers a wide range of postgraduate taught and research degrees. We offer people from all backgrounds and countries (140 at the last count) the opportunity to make a difference – not only to their own lives, but also to the world around them.Read more
"I came to Kingston for my Part 2 (Diploma) in Architecture, rather jaded after my experiences as an undergraduate at another university, to find a refreshing variety of units and tutors on offer.
"I chose to do the Masters course under Michael Shoul. It was exactly the curriculum I had been hoping for when I set out to become an architect and the approach to the craft has stood me in good stead ever since. I came back to do my Part 3 professional qualification, which I found to be thorough, appropriately difficult and entertaining at the same time.
"After some years as a conservation officer in a local authority, I am now working for myself in private practice in central London, specialising in the repair/reuse of historic buildings. I am hoping to travel more widely, working on historic structures, when my family and last child leaves home in (hopefully) two or three years' time!
"I am still in contact with Kingston University and regard my tutors there as friends as well as colleagues."
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