The Bartlett again named best architecture school in the UK by the AJ100
13 June 2017
The Architects’ Journal reveals that The Bartlett School of Architecture has once again been voted the best architecture school in the country by the AJ100 practices.
For the fourteenth year in a row, The Bartlett School of Architecture has been voted best architecture school in the UK in the annual AJ100 survey run by the Architects’ Journal.
Professor Bob Sheil, Director of School, said: “I am very proud for all our staff students and alumni. This is a rewarding recognition from a distinguished electorate who are immensely important to the future of education and research”.
32% of all votes in the survey were cast for The Bartlett School of Architecture, cementing our reputation among the architectural profession for nurturing the most talented graduates and preparing them for diverse and creative careers.
As we approach the Bartlett's annual Summer Show of student work in our acclaimed new home at 22 Gordon Street, the news confirms our long-held position at the forefront of architectural education in the UK.