Our London Campus portfolio of programmes is designed to further build on the University’s existing links with London based employers, professional institutes and policy makers to offer graduates, professionals and employers the opportunity to enhance their capability in one of the world’s most dynamic and inspiring cities.
CPD Programmes in Building Information Modelling - more information coming soon
Choice and flexibility is core to our approach to teaching architecture; we believe this allows us to respond to your individual strengths as well as to the increasingly specialist and complex nature of professional life.
We encourage and support your creative voice from a perspective informed by our wide research expertise in architecture, environmental science, art and architectural history, IT/CAD and the Construction Industry. The University of Liverpool is ranked in the UK’s top 10 by Complete University Guide. We performed excellently in the last Research Excellence Framework (REF 2014), being the highest ranked department submitted solely as a School of Architecture, a top six place for research intensity and a top ten place for grade point average (as shown in The Times Higher Education magazine). We were ranked third overall in terms of Research Outputs, with 80% of our outputs rated as world leading or internationally excellent. The inclusive nature of research in the School, and its support of early career researchers, meant that 85% of eligible staff were submitted to REF 2014 – one of the highest percentages of eligible staff submitted by any UK School of Architecture.
Professional accreditation of architectural degrees began at Liverpool and we were the first School to offer RIBA approved programmes. What’s more, the UK’s most prestigious architectural award, the RIBA Stirling Prize is named after Sir James Stirling, one of our graduates.
Through our London based programmes, we aim to ensure that the tradition of excellence we have in this profession continues in one of the world’s most architecturally dynamic environments.