Architectural engineering brings to life the high performance buildings of the future, addressing our growing need for more sustainable, climate change resilient, energy efficient and smart places to live, work and spend time. The next generation of architectural engineers will bring together a range of skills, disciplines and technologies and apply them in new and exciting ways. From harnessing the power of renewables and managing energy use more efficiently, to designing for re-use and using technology to enhance lighting, acoustics and comfort within a building. Studying architectural engineering at Leeds will put you at the forefront of new and emerging technologies and approaches to both building structures and the systems within them. You’ll learn how to get results from a multi-disciplinary approach, collaborate with professionals, and play an important role in building a sustainable future for everyone. Our degree programmes develop world-class engineers who contribute actively to sustainable and economic growth whilst setting and maintaining the highest ethical standards, embracing diversity and inclusion and delivering the infrastructure we all rely on in everyday life. That’s one of the reasons why our courses are accredited by several leading professional bodies and are shaped by our world-leading research. This is a practical course, so in addition to design studio space, you’ll also have access to extensive library facilities, industry standard software, and impressive laboratories with specialist facilities for structures, materials, public health engineering, building services and geotechnics – everything you need to begin your career as an architectural engineer. Why study at Leeds
- Graduate with an accredited architectural engineering degree which meets the highest quality chartered engineer standards as set by the Engineering Council via the JBM and CIBSE.
- Design studio work is a key part of our Architectural Engineering degrees, giving you valuable hands-on experience and putting into practice the theoretical principles and the creative and technical skills you have learned.
- Access excellent laboratory facilities, as well as industry standard software such as Revit (Building Information Modelling), IES (dynamic thermal modelling) and Robot (structural analysis).
- Develop your experience and boost your career prospects with our paid industrial placement opportunities or study abroad programmes.
- Take advantage of our world-leading research here at Leeds, which helps to address societal and technical challenges with infrastructure around the world.
- Make the most of university partnerships which include long-standing collaborations with the Institute for Transport Studies, Robotics at Leeds and the Centre for Global Development and leadership roles in major initiatives including [email protected], an interdisciplinary centre for water research, the Institute for High Speed Rail and System Integration, the Centre for Infrastructure Materials, and the Neville Centre of Excellence in Cement and Concrete Engineering.
- Have the reassurance of being able to transfer between Architectural Engineering and any other of the School’s programmes at the end of the first year. You can also transfer to Architecture at the end of the second year, if you wish.
How to apply
This is the deadline for applications to be completed and sent for this course. If the university or college still has places available you can apply after this date, but your application is not guaranteed to be considered.
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Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
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Entry requirements for advanced entry (i.e. into Year 2 and beyond)
Subject to places being available, you must achieve our published first year entry requirements and the relevant % average in your first year of study. Learning outcomes of year 1 of the degree programme you are applying to must also have been met.
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