Why study this course?
- Develop your personal design style, supported by a University with a strong design heritage; NTU began life as the Nottingham Government School of Design in 1843. Your learning is also underpinned by the School’s significant expertise as a built environment educator.
- Study trips to live sites in the UK and abroad are included in your course fees, giving you the opportunity to gain design inspiration and experience international architectural practice. Previous study trip destinations have included Turin, Barcelona and Venice. You'll also have the chance to attend external seminars and lectures, as well as professional trade, art and cultural exhibitions in the UK.
- Benefit from our team of expert academic staff who have established links to industry and significant experience of working in practice.
- Work in our inspiring RIBA award-winning buildings, offering industry-standard facilities and studios, including a dedicated model-making studio.
- Hear from visiting experts; recent industry speakers have included a number of RIBA Stirling Awards prize winners.
- Showcase your work to visiting industry professionals and prospective employers at our annual NTU Degree Shows.
- Choose from optional modules in Year Two, enabling you to undertake further research and learning in an area of interest.
Careers and employability
Our course is validated by RIBA to provide exemption from Part Two examinations, and is prescribed by the Architects Registration Board (ARB) for the purpose of entry onto the UK Register of Architects.
This course is suitable for students wishing to fulfil the educational requirements of the RIBA Part 2, before moving on to Stage 2 practical experience.
Where do MArch Architecture graduates from NTU work?
After completion of this course, the majority of graduates seek employment in architectural practises to work towards their Part 3 examinations, in preparation for an eventual full RIBA/ARB professional qualification.
The Architecture (ARB or RIBA Part 2) course from Nottingham Trent University has been designed to maximise the employability prospects of our graduates, equipping you with professional skills as well as enhancing and developing your design skills, technical knowledge and ability to communicate your ideas.
Graduates have gone on to hold various architectural roles in companies such as Davidsons Development, Marchini Curran Associates and HKR Architects amongst others, whilst working towards their Part Three examinations.
- Architectural Theory and Research Methods
- Architectural Technology and Construction Materials
- Management, Practice and Law
- Vertical Studio
- Intervening in the City
- Dissertation/Research Project
- 24 months
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DisciplinesArchitecture View 242 other Masters in Architecture in United Kingdom
- Usual requirement for entry on to this course is a 2:2 honours degree in a RIBA/ARB Part 1-accredited course, in a cognate or semi-cognate discipline including: Architecture, Interior Architecture and Building Surveying.
- However in some cases, we accept applicants without an RIBA/ARB Part 1 who can provide an exceptional portfolio, supported by a number of years' experience in architectural practice.
- If your initial application is successful, you'll be asked to upload a digital design portfolio of your work to our NTU Applicant Portal.
- If your portfolio is accepted, you'll be asked to hold an interview with the academic team.
International13450 GBP/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 13450 GBP per year and a duration of 24 months.
EU/EEA9250 GBP/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 9250 GBP per year and a duration of 24 months.
We are offering a number of scholarships for Masters study. You might be able to get a scholarship to help fund your studies. We award scholarships to those international students who can demonstrate excellent achievement, passion and dedication to their studies.
For more information, please check the programme website.
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