ARB ACCREDITED (PART II) RIBA VALIDATED (WITH CONDITIONS)
September / City Centre Campus
Chris Lowry, Course Leader firstname.lastname@example.org
t. +44 (0) 1772 89 3354
The Master of Architecture (MArch) course focuses on design innovation and current theories of architecture and urbanism to challenge your thinking and prepare you for practice. The studios, workshops and CAD suites at UCLan are among the UK’s best and you will receive regular one-to-one tutorial support from a team who are leading thinkers and practitioners in their field. In addition, opportunities for international study and lively discussion with a variety of visiting speakers will enrich your experience and inspire your creativity.
The MArch course provides progression for Part 1 Architecture graduates to a Part 2 course (a requirement for professional membership).
The MArch course builds on knowledge acquired in undergraduate courses, yet it establishes a clear distinction between Part 1 and 2 levels by enabling students to progress their design work and critical thinking skills further to position themselves within contemporary architecture discourse. The course is informed by a dynamic and challenging regional need, specifically in areas such as urban and rural contextual issues, food production, regeneration, post-industrial landscapes, heritage protection, and sustainable urbanism.
You will be encouraged to take part in:
At UCLan we have some of the best facilities in the UK for studio tuition, including a purpose-built workshop, printing rooms, CAD labs and 3D printing facilities. Speak to a technicioan for advice on how to print 3D buildings or to laser cut your projects.
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CLICK HERE for the UCLan MArch Master of Architecture webpage for further course information and how to apply.