The Bartlett School of Architecture


Professional Studies

Complete the next part of your architectural education at The Bartlett School of Architecture with leading practitioners and academics. Bartlett Part 3 pass rates average between 85 and 90%.

Professional Studies in Architecture, Part 3 (ARB/RIBA or ARB)

The Bartlett School of Architecture Examination in Professional Practice in Architecture prepares you for the Part 3 examination, which is recognised by the Architects' Registration Board of the United Kingdom (ARB) as the final qualifying test to achieve statutory registered status as a UK architect.

Professional Studies in Architecture - Lectures Only Course

A course of lectures that deliver the awareness, understanding and knowledge required by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and the Architects Registration Board (ARB) for competence to practise. This course is available to anyone wishing to familiarise themselves with UK practice.

Stage 1 - Year Out

A part-time short course for Architecture BSc (Part 1) graduates undertaking Stage 1 practical training experience. It provides a framework for students to record and analyse this first period of work experience so that it can count towards the 24 months’ experience required for professional qualification.

Stage 2 - Professional Experience and Development Record

After completing Part 2, architecture students must complete 12 months of work experience before they take their final ARB/RIBA Part 3 examination. Our Stage 2 Professional Experience and Development Record (PEDR) monitoring course provides the work experience supervision and monitoring to meet that requirement.

ARB Exam Guidance and Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

The Bartlett holds regular evening workshops offering guidance on the Architects Registration Board (ARB) Prescribed Examination as well as themed lecture days covering key topics of Continuing Professional Development (CPD).