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The Sheffield School of Architecture is one of the longest established architecture schools in the UK and remains one of the leading schools for architectural education in the country.
As one of the UK’s top 4 research schools of architecture, according to the REF 2014, the School attracts excellent national and international students and academic staff who all contribute to a socially vibrant student community and an academically challenging environment.
Teaching in the School is intimately connected to the research. The School has a range of full-time architecture academics, and is thus able to offer skills and specialisms across the whole range of architecture. The School aims to help students develop into skilled and critical researchers, no matter what kind of problem they face. The School adopts the model of architectural education, which focuses primarily around the design studio. This is supported by lectures, seminars, and workshops in the humanities, technology and communication.
Live Projects, working with real clients in the community, are central to the School. Staff and students can often be found working not only with communities in Sheffield, but more widely across the United Kingdom and beyond. By applying creativity while simultaneously grounding students in practicality, they seek to benefit those communities.
With a rich history of advanced study and varied postgraduate architectural programmes, the School has one of the largest cohorts of architecturally based research students in the UK
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