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: 2018
  • Typical offer: A-level : AAA / IB : 36 / BTEC : DDD
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Career prospects

Architecture graduates can go into traditional practice or extend their skills in all other areas of the construction industry and elsewhere. Recent graduates work for major international architects, in publishing, the Arts Council and multidisciplinary think tanks. Pop music, games design and the fashion industry claim recent graduates too, as do other areas of the construction industry and property development.

Recent employers

  • Arups
  • BDP
  • Foster + Partners
  • Hampshire County Council
  • Hodder + Partners
  • Rosenbergs Arkitekter, Stockholm
  • shedkm
  • Skidmore, Owings and Merrill
  • Union North
  • Wilkinson Eyre

Work experience opportunities

Before commencing RIBA Part II graduates need to undertake one year's full-time work in an architect's office. To facilitate this, we provide informal help in putting potential employers in contact with our graduates.

Postgraduate opportunities

 

  • Advanced Collaborative Design MSc* (subject to validation)
  • Architecture MA
  • Architecture MSc*
  • Arts MRes
  • Building Information Modelling (BIM)
  • Digital Integrated Design MSc
  • Master of Architecture MArch
  • Sustainable Environmental Design in Architecture (SEDA) MSc.

* Based in our London Campus.

 

Qualifying you for life

A degree from the School of Architecture will prepare you for life with:

  • Design and conceptual skills
  • Ability to solve complex problems through innovative design solutions
  • Team working skills
  • Ability to manage projects, through effective time and organisational management
  • IT and computer skills
  • Communication skills including verbal, written, formal drawing, computer modelling and physical modelling
  • An understanding of society and its culture, and the built and natural environments.