The Bartlett School of Architecture



The BSc Architecture degree is primarily intended for students wishing to pursue a career as a professional architect, and covers the cover disciplines of architectural design, history & theory, professional studies and technology.

Successful completion of the BSc Architecture leads to exemption from Part 1 of the Architects Registration Board (ARB) and Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) examinations.

BSc Architectural & Interdisciplinary Studies introduces students to key architectural ideas and spatial strategies through core courses, some of which are shared with BSc Architecture (ARB/RIBA Part 1).  As of 2013-4, this programme will be offered from Year 1, although it will continue to be available as a transfer option for 2nd and 3rd year BSc Architecture students within The Bartlett.

BSc Architecture (ARB/RIBA Pt 1)

The programme equips students with skills to practice architecture but, as importantly, an understanding of the technological, professional, cultural and architectural contexts.

BSc Architectural & Interdisciplinary Studies

This new programme addresses architectural space from an interdisciplinary perspective and explores alternative approaches to architectural design and creative practice.

MEng Engineering and Architectural Design

This new four-year integrated Masters in Engineering and Architectural Design aims to challenge students to develop a critical, independent, experimental and technically rigorous approach to architectural, environmental and structural design and engineering in buildings.