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Course summary

Continue your journey to professional architecture status with the University of Salford. Designed for students with a passion for design, an appetite for ideas, and a desire to experiment, our Part 2 MArch Architecture degree offers you an engaging learning experience in an unrivalled destination. From our location at the heart of the world’s first industrial city, and based in our studio learning environment, you will explore the architectural relationship between ecological and human systems. You’ll critically examine histories and theories in generating cultural values related to making places. Delivered across two years, including an international summer school, the MArch course blends theory and practice to build your capabilities to be a responsible designer, reflective practitioner, and creative innovator. The course is enriched with technical skills, knowledge exchanges, and practice-based action learning, that refine your critique and develop your confidence. The MArch at Salford is prescribed at Part 2 Level by the UK Regulator of Architects, the Architects’ Registration Board (ARB). If you successfully complete the MArch and hold a recognised undergraduate Part 1 qualification, you can progress to complete the final UK qualification examination as an architect - the Part 3 Diploma - and will then be eligible to register as an architect and to join the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA). Our new home for architecture In Autumn 2022, we open our new £65 million hub for science, engineering and the environment - and our new home for architecture. Sustainability-designed and 100% electric powered, the building offers unrivalled teaching, learning and research facilities and provides exciting new spaces for industry collaboration. Features

  • Enhance your knowledge of architecture design thinking to explore the relationships between ecological and human systems
  • Experience an immersive and dynamic studio-based learning environment, complete with 3-D printers, laser cutters, and portable workspace
  • Develop critical understanding of the professionalism, duties and personal responsibilities of architects to clients, building users, constructors, co-professionals and the wider society
  • Stimulate your creativity with regional and international fieldtrips and site visit, including our USA summer school in Boston and New York

Entry requirements

The MArch is designed for those who are passionate about architecture and wish to engage with forward thinking architectural design practices in which advanced technical skills, live briefs and practice-based learning are embedded. The MArch provides the second stage towards qualifying as an architect.

Fees and funding

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Architecture at University of Salford - UCAS