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How long you will study
Domestic course fees
GBP 323 per total
How you will study
International course fees
GBP 323 per total
This part-time course is designed as a bridge between BA Architecture (RIBA Part I) and M:ARCH Architecture (RIBA Part II).
This part-time course is designed as a bridge between BA Architecture (RIBA Part I) and M:ARCH Architecture (RIBA Part II). The course sits within the pedagogical vision of the CSM Spatial Practices programme, set out in our Manifesto. The course provides RIBA Part I graduates with a Professional Studies Advisor (PSA) who will validate their Professional Education and Development Records (PEDRs), and 4 evening lectures that will contextualise students’ practical experience in the wider context of practice.
The lectures will help students define their experience expectations and goals for practice; look at the creative and regulatory processes of the architectural profession; examine the circumstances in which architectural projects are created and developed; consider the agency of architects in terms of practical, legal and ethical challenges; discussing the concept of risk in relation to the above. PEDR validation will ensure that students’ professional experience will count toward professional qualification.
Notes about fees for this course
In addition to tuition fees you are very likely to incur additional costs such as travel expenses and the cost of materials, for more details please visit the UAL’s Additional Costs webpage.
Non-native English speakers should be at IELTS level 6.0 in English language, for more information please visit UAL’s English Language Requirements webpage
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