We offer a range of Master's programmes, all of which enjoy an international reputation for their quality of teaching, cutting-edge research context and innovative student work.
The programmes are directed at those pursuing careers as registered architects, as well as advanced specialisms in architectural design, urban design, performance, interaction, manufacturing, heritage, art, and architectural history and theory. Find out about the Bartlett Masters Scholarships on the Faculty funding and scholarships page.
This course has an international reputation and encourages both a rigorous professional approach to architecture within a highly speculative and creative context.
A 12-month full-time programme offering the opportunity to be involved in the world of advanced speculative research in architectural design.
*New for 2017* this 15-month Masters course will teach students how to place their design skills in the context of making components and assemblies for the construction industry.
*New for 2017* this 15-month Masters course will teach how to place design skills in the context of 3D and 4D representation.
The course emphasises the importance of design creativity, in keeping with the spirit of intellectual freedom, wit and experimental urge, which has given the Bartlett its international reputation.
This programme is the UK's longest established and best known master's course in the historical, theoretical and critical interpretation of architecture, cities, urban spaces and creative practices.
This new Master's programme pioneers the development of a more diverse and creative approach to the reinterpretation and reuse of historical environments in cities around the world.
*New for 2017* this 15-month Masters provides knowledge and training in the principles and skills of situated practice in relation to conceptual spatial theories in art, architecture, performativity, urbanism and writing.
A new Masters by Research (MRes) programme specifically dedicated to the theory, history, and criticism of digital design and digital fabrication.
Our Adaptive Architecture and Computation programme (MSc/MRes AAC) offers a unique perspective on the application of technology to the built environment.
This MSc programme is centred on furthering the understanding of architecture and urban design in the development of building cities and the social groups that inhabit them.
This programme is designed to help postgraduate students to take their individual work to a higher level of design and/or theoretical development.
This MRes is a research-oriented programme which offers greater independence of learning and increased specialism to those intending to undertake extensive research.