Please check the Sheffield Hallam University website for the latest information. Course summary
- Participate in an innovative learning experience focussing on critical design, ecological attitudes and the role of architecture in society.
- Explore diverse, cutting-edge forms of architectural practice.
- Develop a local and global understanding of the subject.
- Engage in exciting projects alongside diverse communities, organisations and architects.
- design portfolio
- workshop sessions
- essays and reports
- field trips and practice visits
Module and assessment information for future years is displayed as currently validated and may be liable to change. The modules for the 2 year full-time course are listed below as Year One and Final Year. The modules for the 3 year full-time course are listed below as Year One, Year Two and Final Year. Year Two presents an option to take a year of practical experience. The modules for the 3 year part-time course can be found on Sheffield Hallam University's website. Year 1 Compulsory modules Construction Ecologies Design Studio 4A (Extended) The Praxis Of Architecture 1: Theory And Recent History The Praxis Of Architecture 2: Expanding Practice Year 2 Compulsory modules Postgraduate Placement Final year Compulsory modules Critical Study (Extended) Design Studio 6 Integrated Practice The Praxis Of Architecture 3: Developing Your Agenda For Practice
Typically an Honours degree in Architecture, 2:2 or above, with RIBA Part 1 validation and ARB prescription, or Equivalent European qualifications, satisfying the EU Architects Directive 85/384/EEC. In addition to the above, in all cases, suitability for entry will be judged by panel interview with presentation of design portfolio of academic work and where relevant, practice based work. International or non-EU applicants will need to have a qualification from one of the RIBA Validated International Schools. A high level of English language competence will be required to complete the award successfully. For entry onto the 2 year route of the course typically students would have had some experience of architectural practice, normally 6-12 months, but we are able to consider applications from students without practical experience.
English language requirements
If the language in which the first degree was taught is not English then typically IELTS 6.5 will be required.
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Fees and funding
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Additional fee information
Scholarships, discounts and bursaries may be available to students who study this course.