Building your future.

Graduates of our Master of Architecture course will be able to design real buildings in relation to their physical, cultural and social settings.

Why study this Architecture master’s?

1. Learn from both practicing professional architects and academic staff

2. Student-centred and tailored to your unique interest

3. Excellent local and international industry connections

4. Designed to make you industry ready

5. Study in a stunning new building in London’s Design District

6. Be a legacy-maker for The Institute for Creativity and Technology

This Architecture master’s degree course encourages imaginative, exploratory and pioneering design and research. The robust programme prioritises your own individual interests, ambitions and initiatives, while you will also undertake entrepreneurial training to help establish yourself as a practice or developer.

Taught by architects in active practice and academic staff, the postgraduate course explores contemporary issues in architectural thinking, culture, practice and processes, smart urbanism, sustainable environmental methodologies and emerging technologies.

The Master of Architecture course in London is taught over two years and requires attendance at the university two days per week during term time.

Study Details:

MArch 2 years attend 2 days p/w

Module Details:

Year 1

  • Contemporary Practice (30 credits)
  • Making Places (30 credits)
  • Design Technology (15 credits)
  • Dissertation (30 credits)

Year 2

  • Practice Management and Law (30 credits)
  • Comprehensive design Thesis (90 credits)


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Entry Requirements

Applicable to all candidates, including Ravensbourne alumni.

  • A 2.2 with 50% (10% above pass) minimum in the final-year major design project in a first architecture degree, either prescribed by ARB or similar to an ARB/RIBA Part 1 course in the case of non-ARB prescribed UK, EU and Overseas courses.
  • Graduates with non-ARB prescribed first architecture degrees who wish to register in the UK as an architect would have to submit their portfolios to ARB for examination at some stage; though this is not a requirement for entry to the MArch.
  • While advisable, practical experience is not required for entry to the MArch, though applicants should note that a minimum of 24 months of logged professional experience are required to undertake Part 3 examinations and to register as an architect in the UK; of which, 12 months may be completed before the completion of the MArch.

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