Architecture at University of Wolverhampton - UCAS

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Course summary

The MArch Architecture Master’s degree at the University of Wolverhampton provides students with the skills and knowledge they need to pursue a career in architecture and built environment. Throughout this two year Master’s course, MArch Architecture students develop a comprehensive understanding of architecture and design. You'll get the opportunity to improve your architectural skills across a range of core areas, from architectural design principles and technology, to project management and professional practice. Studying an architecture Master’s degree is a unique and rewarding experience. This postgraduate degree provides students with the opportunity to explore the latest developments in the industry, hone in on your technical skills and develop innovative solutions to today's design challenges. The aim of this course is to continue to challenge you to explore further your creative design capabilities whilst exploiting traditional and modern technologies and materials for the development of the current and future Built Environment. Throughout your study, you will explore how Architecture can shape national and international communities and culture, including developing a deep understanding of the responsibility to create sustainable solutions. The MArch Architecture course is taught by experienced industry professionals, who will help you develop your skills along the way with tailored, constructive support. The curriculum includes a combination of theoretical and practical studio-based projects. Upon completion, graduates have the knowledge and skills to take the next step in their careers.

Entry requirements

A second class honour undergraduate degree in Architecture RIBA/ARB Part 1, or similar degree in the case of EU and Overseas courses. Applicants with non-ARB prescribed undergraduate architecture degrees who wish to register in the UK as an architect eventually would have to pass the ARB Prescribed Examination. Applicants are normally expected to have completed at least 9 months of ‘year out’ placement in practice, or have equivalent experience. However, practical experience is not required for entry to the MArch, though applicants should note that a minimum of 24 months of logged professional experience are required to undertake a Part III examination and to register as an architect in the UK, this should include at least 12 months working in the EEA, Channel Islands or the Isle of Man, under the direct supervision of an architect. 12 of the 24 months' experience should have been undertaken in the two years immediately before taking the Part III examination. Portfolio: Applicants will be asked to provide a convincing portfolio of academic and professional architectural design works.

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Architecture at University of Wolverhampton - UCAS