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Master of Architecture


Course Description

The subject of architecture is immense and the Masters of Architecture course at Lincoln affords each student the freedom and flexibility to engage in the design of their own postgraduate education, within a framework which satisfies the requirements of the UK RIBA/ARB Part 2.

The MArch aims to develop the skills, competence and design knowledge of practising designers. Students have the opportunity to specialise and focus on the aspects of architecture that interest them and which give them the best employment prospects.

We see the flexibility of the course as an excellent opportunity for postgraduate students to take control of their professional future.

Route 1 - Major Design or Thesis Project previously undertaken while studying BArch (RIBA/ARB Part II)- 4 months full-time, 8 months part-time.

Route 2 - for students who have obtained BArch qualification but without RIBA/ARB Part II exemption - 'bridging' units are undertaken - 1 year full-time 2 years part-time

Route 3 - for those who have not obtained a BArch. 28 months full-time, 40 months part-time

Visit the Master of Architecture page on the University of Lincoln website for more details!

Entry Requirements

An honours degree. Students should have a first degree in Architecture plus a year out

Course Fees

Please see The University of Lincoln website for up-to-date information


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