Description

Define a new agenda for architecture. Building on your RIBA Part 1 qualification and professional practice year, you’ll work on socially-engaged live projects while exploring the key architectural concepts and challenges of our time.

Throughout this course you’ll explore the singular relationship between architecture, place and people through the principles of radical regionalism and sustainable design methodologies. With industry facilities, practising lecturers, high-profile industry guests and the opportunity to work on live build projects, you’ll also develop and refine your own socially-engaged participatory design practice. 

The course is in the process of being validated. We anticipate that you’ll graduate with a RIBA validated and ARB prescribed Masters in Architecture at Part 2 level.

Study Details:

MA 2 years full-time

Module Details:

Study block one

  • Arc 410 – Transition 
  • Arc 420 – Thesis – Theory 
  • Arc 430 – Participate 
  • Arc 440  Tectonics

Study block two

  • Arc 510 – Social
  • Arc 520 – Technical Report
  • Arc 530 – Comprehensive Design

 

Fees

2020-21 fees: £8,500 – full-time UK/EU (£250 acceptance fee payable. This is deducted from tuition fees.) £16,000 – full-time international (acceptance fee up to £1,000 payable, dependent on nationality. This is deducted from tuition fees.)

Entry Requirements

Applicants should hold at least one of the following qualifications: 

  • An honours degree of 2:1 or above from a RIBA Part I validated course 
  • first degree in Architecture from an overseas institution that can be demonstrated to be equivalent to a 2:1 or above from a RIBA Part I validated course 
  • An honours degree of 2:2 from a RIBA Part I validated course with evidence in your portfolio of significant development since you completed your degree 
  • Successful completion of the ARB Part I examination 
  • Appropriate academic or professional qualifications equivalent to the above which you should describe in detail in your application. 

In addition, we expect applicants to have completed work experience in an architectural practice or related discipline for at least 12 months prior to starting postgraduate study. 

If you have completed the BA(Hons) Architecture course at Falmouth with 2:1 or above, you can automatically progress to this course. 

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