Architecture BA (Hons) Add to your prospectus

  • Offers study abroad opportunities Offers study abroad opportunities
  • Opportunity to study for a year in China Offers a Year in China
  • This degree is accreditedAccredited

Key information

  • Course length: 3 years leading to a 2 year Masters degree (MArch)
  • UCAS code: K100
  • Year of entry: 2019
  • Typical offer: A-level : AAA / IB : 36 / BTEC : DDD


School of the Arts

At the Liverpool School of Architecture, you will be taught by fully qualified architects with a wealth of experience and professional knowledge as well as leading academics and world-class researchers. This expertise and knowledge feeds directly into our curriculum and means our students benefit and are prepared for a successful career in architecture.

We are driven by the pursuit of design excellence for the 21st century, inspired by the creativity of the city we call home and founded on providing the solid practical skills you will need in practice. Our staff  expertise and research feed directly into our curriculum, which will benefit you while you are here and prepare you for a successful career in architecture.

Which degree

The undergraduate Architecture programme is a first step into the profession: The programme is accredited by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), as well as the Architects Registration Board (arb), and the degree constitutes Part I of the education, which eventually leads to professional registration. Our graduates who want to pursue a career in architecture are able to apply for the MArch programme, which provides the RIBA accredited Part II.

But the programme is also an ideal preparation for further study and hugely valuable in a whole range of other careers. Recently there has been an increasing demand for our graduates outside the architecture profession in areas such as publishing, design and government.

Rebecca Meadowcroft

Rebecca Meadowcroft

Architecture BA (Hons)

I really like being able to be creative and challenge myself academically at the same time. I love the studio space, it’s all open plan with lots of natural lighting and all years work together. I go in there every day. You can stay there until quite late at night, really important when you’ve got a deadline approaching. I also try to go to as many cultural events as possible and there is always something going on in Liverpool, loads of them free. With architecture it’s really important to expand your mind creatively and it really helps with your work.

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