UCL Bartlett voted best architectural school
16 May 2008
Readers of the 'Architects' Journal' have once again judged the UCL Bartlett to be the top UK school of architecture. In the annual AJ100 poll of the UK's 100 largest architectural practices, the school gained 35 per cent of the vote, comfortably beating second placed University of Sheffield (18 per cent) and third placed London neighbours, the Architectural Association (12 per cent). This is the fifth consecutive year that the school has been voted top.
Professor Iain Borden, Head of the UCL Bartlett School of Architecture, said: "I am delighted that the Bartlett continues in first place - a spot it has occupied ever since the AJ100 began covering architectural education five years ago. We have a wide-ranging relationship with a large number of professional architects and firms - as tutors, critics, examiners, sponsors and friends - and this extensive network is clearly helping to recognise the considerable achievements of all of our students and staff."
To find out more about the UCL Bartlett School of Architecture and the AJ100, use the links at the top of this article.
'Perform', a recent exhibition by Unit 23 students
Since 2001, staff from the UCL Bartlett School of Architecture have received 27 first prizes for architectural designs. Since 1994, students have received at least one prize each year in the RIBA President's Medal Awards. To read about some recent successes at the UCL Bartlett, follow the links below.
UCL Bartlett student wins architecture award
UCL Bartlett staff dominate competition shortlist
Best from the Bartlett, 'Building Design'