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  Level 7 Architect Apprenticeship


Online University of Kent    Kent School of Architecture and Planning

Part time January Other, PGDip 3.5 years
Architecture, Building & Planning (3)

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Are you a Part 1 graduate aspiring to become a registered architect in the UK? The Level 7 Architect Apprenticeship at the Kent School of Architecture and Planning is your pathway to achieving this goal. This innovative programme, accredited by the Architects Registration Board (ARB) at Part 2 and Part 3, offers a unique work-based approach to gaining the necessary qualifications. Through a blend of on-the-job learning and academic research, apprentices will develop the technical and organisational skills essential for a successful career in architecture. The programme structure includes modules such as Design, Cultural Context, Ethics, and Technology, culminating in an End-point Assessment involving a Case Study and Design Challenge. With a duration of three and a half years, this apprenticeship provides a comprehensive learning experience for full-time employed Part 1 graduates. To qualify, applicants must hold an ARB-prescribed Part 1 qualification and GCSEs in English and Maths at grade 4 or equivalent. Join us on this exciting journey towards becoming a Chartered Architect!

About the course

The Kent School of Architecture and Planning (KSAP) are launching Level 7 Architect Apprenticeship, which provides a new work-based route for Part 1 graduates to gain the necessary qualifications to become registered architects.

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Entry Requirements

Apprentices are expected to hold an ARB-prescribed Part 1 qualification or Part 1 equivalent as prescribed by the ARB. Applicants also need to hold a GCSE in English and Maths at grade 4 (C grade) or equivalent.




Fees

The cost of this course is £21,000 which can be covered by the apprenticeship levy or by government co-investment. Other costs to consider that are not covered by funding include travel and accommodation at block teaching (if required).

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