The Bartlett School of Architecture offers a comprehensive range of architecture programmes.
This includes courses aimed at those seeking to become professional architects, as well as other programmes with specialisms in advanced architectural design, history & theory and urban design. All of these programmes enjoy an international reputation, and consequently attract the very best students from around the UK, Europe and world-wide.
To apply for a place at The Bartlett School of Architecture you should first select the programme you are interested in studying from our programmes pages where you will find specific information about the course and information about how to apply.
The BSc Architecture degree is primarily for students wishing to pursue a career as a professional architect and covers the disciplines of architectural design, history and theory, professional studies and technology.
Our Master's level programmes enjoy an international reputation for their quality of teaching, cutting-edge research context and innovative student work.
We offer three PhD programmes, of which one is aimed at architectural designers; a second is aimed at historians and theorists of architecture.
The Bartlett offers several professional studies courses for graduates at various stages of their architectural training.
Our short courses are designed to give you a taste of the range of programmes currently on offer at The Bartlett School of Architecture.
Find out more about applying to The Bartlett School of Architecture.