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Architecture (ARB/RIBA Part 2)

University of Dundee

Venues

City Campus

Content

The part 2 qualification, accredited by ARB/RIBA, constitutes the final two years of the MArch course. We welcome direct applications from students who hold part 1 (or equivalent) qualifications in Architecture.

The course asks you to build on the skills and knowledge gained in part 1, and develop your ideas and individual position through engagement with specialist input and complex architectural design/thesis projects.

At level 4, you will choose an integrated design project from a series of offered options, you also select design research themes which lead into final year unit studios. This gives you the opportunity to specialise in the aspects of architecture that most interest you and to develop individual thesis projects which explore these.

Level 5 studios allow for a variety of approaches to the discipline, from the polemic city plan to the design of autonomous, sustainable dwellings for specific communities. Studios are centred on staff specialisms so you’ll be developing your own design research within the context of this expertise.

Entry Requirements

2019 entry requirements:
A 2:1 degree and exemption from RIBA Part 1 or an equivalent undergraduate degree in architecture. Applicants are required to submit a digital folio.

Please visit the programme webpage for information about interviews and portfolios

Progression Routes

Our integrated MArch Architecture degree (K100) is fully recognised by ARB (Architects Registration Board) and the RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects).

Start Date

September

Qualification

Postgraduate Master's

Award

MArch

Study Method

Full time

UCAS Code

P060630

Course Length

2 years

Department

Art, Design and Architecture

SCQF Level

11

Career Area

Construction

Career Sectors

Architecture

Building Technology and Management

Civil and Structural Engineering

Construction Crafts

Landscape Architecture

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