is recognised as meeting the Part II examination and membership requirements of the RIBA and ARB, the second level towards becoming a registered architect in the UK. Opportunities exist for study exchange in Europe and China Master in Architecture (MArch)
The programme encompasses design, technology and practice, as well as history and theory. Over 75 per cent of the degree is studio based with a strong emphasis on self-directed study and ambitious agendas.
NEW to MArch for 2014
Starting this year, MArch is divided up into five thematic studio groups which collectively encompass a broad range of approaches to architectural design.
Each led by a pair of tutors, the groups also feature an external ‘consultant’ who will contribute to teaching at strategic moments throughout the programme.
The focus of the MArch is to investigate and develop the relationships between critical practice, design and research in the making of architectural proposals. The thematic groups, therefore, will reflect the expertise and preoccupations of the tutors and consultants involved. Accordingly, the briefs developed and the work produced become a collaborative investigation between practitioners, students and academics into some of the spatial issues affecting the production of the built environment, both on this island and elsewhere.
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Accordingly, the briefs developed and the work produced become a collaborative investigation between practitioners, students and academics into some of the spatial issues affecting the production of the built environment, both on this island and elsewhere. Students will be offered a choice of unit at the beginning of MArch I and then again at the beginning of MArch II, their thesis year. It is imagined that they will choose a different group each year to make the most of the breadth and the depth offered by the unit system.
Normally an upper second class 2.1 Honours degree in Architecture from an approved RIBA/ARB Part I course in a recognised institution. Additional Information for International Students: Normally an upper second-class 2.1 Honours in a degree in Architecture that is not validated by ARB or RIBA but where applicants can demonstrate that their degree is equivalent to RIBA/ARB Part 1.
04 August 2017
Recipient: Queen’s University Belfast
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