The Architectural Practice and Management course from Newcastle University is prescribed by the Architects Registration Board (ARB) and is validated by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) as meeting the standards for the final Part 3 qualification required to practice as an Architect in the UK. Successful completion of the course allows admission to the Register of Architects as maintained by ARB and permits full membership of the RIBA.
Quality and Ranking
We rank in the top 100 for Architecture - QS World University Rankings by Subject 2019
The course runs from September to August of the following year (12 months). Teaching is delivered in block sessions (in October, February and May) and attendance at the University is required for a total of 8 days:
- 3 days in October
- 2 days in February
- 2 days in May
- 1 day in late August/early September for the Oral Examination
Each teaching block includes:
- student presentations
- group discussions
- scenario-based workshops
Assessment is by coursework (2 x 1,000 word essays, 2 x 3,000 word scenario reports, 1 x 2,000 word personal appraisal and 1 x 6,000 word Case Study) and an oral examination.
- Service Delivery and Practice Management
- Legal Framework and Building Procurement
- Professional Development and Reflection
- 12 months
Start dates & application deadlines
- Apply before
DisciplinesArchitecture Management, Organisation & Leadership View 1357 other Masters in Management, Organisation & Leadership in United Kingdom
You must hold exemption from the ARB/RIBA Part I and Part II examinations. You should also:
- have completed at least 12 months practical training
- be employed in an approved architectural practice or related organisation
EU/EEA2000 GBP/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 2000 GBP per year and a duration of 12 months.
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