Study this RIBA Part 2 architecture course and develop your ability to produce original, visionary, and aspirational architectural designs. The innovative three year structure allows you to work in practice alongside your studies, while the overseas field trip provides a global understanding of architecture.
This course is a professionally accredited Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and Architects Registration Board (ARB) route to apart 2 qualification in architecture. It is suitable for part 1 graduates with or without practical experience, as it provides the opportunity to work alongside your studies.
The course creatively explores the role of architecture as a socially and environmentally sustainable practice with which to design spaces, buildings and cities for an increasingly uncertain future.
Across a range of design, technical, social and theoretical modules, you explore the potential of a socially and physically sustainable approach to design, architecture and urbanism.
The course provides a platform for you to develop an ambitious and exciting personal agenda within architecture. You are encouraged to produce original, visionary, and aspirational design propositions, which are always rooted in, and emerge from, real existing conditions.
For more information, see the website: https://www.shu.ac.uk/study-here/find-a-course/march-architecture
This course is a professionally accredited Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and Architects Registration Board (ARB) route to a Part 2 qualification.
3 years full time.
Starts September and October.
Year One core modules
-Design studio four
-Theories of architecture and design
Year Two core modules
-Design studio five
-Sustainable city ecologies
Year Three core modules
-Design studio six
Assessment: coursework; design portfolio; exhibition; essays; reports.
Other admission requirements
International students need high level English language skills. If your first degree was not taught in English then you need an IELTS score of 6.5 with 5.5 in all skills or equivalent. We will invite you for interview, when we ask you to present a design portfolio of part 1 design project work and/or practice-based work.
Normally an honours degree in architecture at 2.2 or above which has been completed within the last three years. You must also have one of the following: part 1 in architecture from a RIBA accredited and ARB prescribed programme; RIBA office-based part 1 diploma; overseas architecture qualifications with RIBA Part 1 validation or equivalent. All applications are considered, with achievements since graduation and practical experience taken in to full account. See course description for further admission details.