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  MArch Architecture and Landscape Architecture


University of Sheffield    School of Architecture

Full time September Other 2 years full-time Award winner
Architecture, Building & Planning (3) Creative Arts & Design (9)

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Immerse yourself in the world of architecture and landscape architecture with the MArch Architecture and Landscape Architecture programme at Sheffield. This innovative dual course offers a unique opportunity to qualify as both an architect and a landscape architect, accredited by RIBA Part 2 and LI, and prescribed by ARB. The curriculum includes themed design-based studios, compulsory modules in various subjects, and a comprehensive design project. Engage in real-life challenges through the Live Projects programme and benefit from studio-based design teaching led by specialist staff. Assessment is done through coursework, and you will have the chance to collaborate with award-winning students and world-class researchers. To join this prestigious programme, you need a minimum 2:1 undergraduate honours degree in related fields and nine months of practice, along with a design portfolio showcasing your skills. Sheffield's strong design studio culture and emphasis on real-world issues make it the perfect place to nurture your creativity and architectural skills.

About the course

Our innovative dual course gives you a full accredited route to qualify as both an architect and a landscape architect. It is open to students with previous combined or separate degrees in both architecture and landscape architecture.

This course is a unique opportunity to qualify as both an architect and a landscape architect. It’s open to students with previous combined or separate degrees in both Architecture and Landscape Architecture.

The degree is RIBA Part 2 and LI accredited and is prescribed by the ARB.

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Entry Requirements

Minimum 2:1 undergraduate honours degree, either a combined BA Architecture and Landscape architecture degree or BA Architecture and a separate BA Landscape Architecture degree. This should be from a RIBA/ARB/LI-approved institution, along with nine months in practice. You should have RIBA Part 1 or equivalent.

We will ask to see your design portfolio.


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Student Profile

Emma Koch

I am currently in my final year of the dual Architecture and Landscap’ Masters after completing my dual undergraduate degree at the Sheffield School of Architecture. I initially chose to study here for the school’s brilliant reputation and its social and sustainability agenda. I chose to return to Sheffield as I enjoyed the hard working yet social ethos and approach of the school, which values everyone's opinions and encourages dialogue across years and courses.

The architecture school is based at the top of the Arts Tower with the studios, printing facilities and the media unit. A large workshop for model making, from laser cutting to woodwork is also just a short walk away. I find the Arts Tower is a perfect place to work with a friendly studio atmosphere, a student kitchen and the best views across the city!

I have thoroughly enjoyed my time studying at The University of Sheffield and when seeking employment have found it to be a well-respected university. During my time here, I have taken advantage of the social, sport and support opportunities of the award winning students union including Barnardo's society and Sign Language society along with the Humanitarian Architecture Society and ‘SUAS’ our architecture society which organise socials, guest lectures and events throughout the year.

Sheffield is an affordable and vibrant city and I find it is a great size for students with everything you need while also quickly feeling like home. Also, the Peak District is on our doorstep for spontaneous trips and outdoor activities!

Sheffield School of Architecture has a number of dual degrees at both undergraduate and master's level, which I would recommend. Studying both Architecture and Landscape simultaneously, I believe, further develops a holistic approach to design while gaining knowledge and skills which are adaptable for all future projects.

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