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About the course

This MArch from LJMU invites you to creatively engage in a truly interdisciplinary and project-orientated architectural study.

  • Embark on this research-informed, nationally respected programme that has been fully validated and externally accredited for over 40 years
  • Take part in overseas workshops enabling you to undertake design work in new territories and contexts such as Porto, Marseille, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Essen and Duisburg
  • Develop skills in communication, presentation and self-motivation
  • Benefit from state-of-the-art workspaces and facilities within the RIBA award-winning John Lennon Art and Design Building

This programme of study is thoughtfully balanced to address the creative and technical demands of the architectural profession.

In the 2017 RIBA revalidation, the MArch programme was

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Entry Requirements

You will need: a minimum 2:2 honours degree in Architecture; to attend an interview.

Assessment of suitability to the course may be undertaken by review of a portfolio of work and an interview
Students with first degrees without RIBA/ARB Part 1 exemption should be aware that the MArch awards exemption from RIBA / ARB Part 2 only. If you wish to register as an Architect in this country or become an RIBA Chartered architect you will have to acquire RIBA / ARB Part 1 separately
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RPL is accepted on this programme

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Student Profile(s)

Michael Eze

Michael Eze is about to complete his MArch at LJMU having studied for his first degree in Manchester.

“I was attracted to study Architecture in Liverpool due to the city’s rich history and heritage. The experience has been so much more than I was expecting. I have had a lot more one-on-one time with my tutors than I had experienced before and this has enabled me to feel a connection with my studies at a higher level.

As a postgraduate you are seen by tutors as a colleague rather than a student and this really helps you to prepare for the world of work by demonstrating how you will be treated in the workplace. The level of academic study at LJMU is very high. We had a visit from Daniel Libeskind during my programme and to draw someone like that is a real achievement.

In terms of the day-to-day, LJMU is a comfortable place to study with a great mix of students. I live with people from Switzerland, Spain, the Middle East and China and this gives you a great view of the world. You learn about new cultures and try new foods. The support from the University is great too. I had to stop working at the start of my studies and was struggling financially but I spoke to my tutors and the wellbeing team and they sorted everything out for me - practically and emotionally - meaning I could concentrate on my studies and forget the stress.

I would certainly recommend LJMU as a place to study at postgraduate level. It is a very good University in a very interesting city, you really should be part of it.”


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