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Course content

The MArch programme furthers your creative development through looking at ways of harnessing practice techniques and experience to find poetic readings and make a more architectural response. It is organised on the atelier system for design work, with options in supporting subjects. This allows for the full development of your skills, knowledge and creativity.

The integration of environmental design with architectural and urban design practice is of ever-increasing importance. Architects and designers able to address these issues are likely to strengthen their career prospects in both the private and public sectors.

Key Facts

Organised on the atelier system.
Engages with the professional practice of architecture.
Thesis is project based and aims to develop personal architectural interests.

Why Choose Us?

The MArch Architecture programme has a number of key benefits:

The purpose-built facilities at the Docklands campus were designed by one of our staff.
As well as its excellent studios there are extensive new workshops, photographic darkrooms and computer suites.
You also make visits to study sites and buildings, cities and landscapes in the UK and abroad.
At the end of year there is a comprehensive exhibition of student work.
You are allocated a personal tutor, whom you meet at least once a week.

Visit the MArch Architecture (ARB/RIBA Part 2) page on the University of East London website for more details!





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