An architecture degree offers you a unique combination of design, culture, science an technology. It gives you the skills you need to design and create new buildings, from private homes to skyscraper office towers, shopping centres and hotels.
Architecture courses are highly competitive, despite the relatively low starting graduate salary. They often take up to five years to complete, and should include plenty of practical training through internships. Make sure your architecture degree is accredited by local architecture organisations.
Once you graduate from architecture school, you are more likely to work in a private practice – often your own business. But you may also find creative and rewarding work for government or commercial organisations.
As well as architecture, you can also study urban design (and learn how to develop cities of the future), interior design or landscape design. Building courses are also available at colleges and university, giving you professional skills to make these designs come to life.
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*Students with a lower score may still be accepted if they complete an English language course or a foundation year before going on to their chosen degree.
It is increasingly popular to study a joint degree, such as agriculture/business, or environmental science/law. This adds practical, career-focused skills to your scientific studies. Many students also add a language to their agriculture or environmental science degree, to expand their career and travel opportunities.
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Part artist and part scientist, architects have an enormous impact on the way we live, work and play.
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