Typical offers for the BSc in Architectural Studies include:
AAA in three Advanced level qualifications.
A mix of one Art / Design subject, + one Maths or Science subject, + one other good academic subject, ie, English, History, Geography, Business Studies, Psychology, a Language etc is preferable but not required.
We do not consider General Studies, Critical Thinking, Further Maths or PE.
35 points in the International Baccalaureate,
Pass in Core of the Welsh Baccalaureate Advanced Diploma and grades AA at A level
or similar in equivalent qualifications.
We also require all candidates to submit a small portfolio. This should consist of:
The portfolio should be sent to The BSc Admissions Secretary at the School and will be assessed in-house by teaching staff . We will not consider your application until we have received both the UCAS form and the portfolio. Where a portfolio is of exceptionally high quality, lower academic qualifications may be acceptable.
Mature students who do not have these or equivalent qualifications, but who have strong motivation and relevant skills and experience, should contact the School to discuss the possibility of being admitted. All candidates must also have GCSE Grade B in Mathematics and English or Welsh or the equivalent.
The financial support team manage a variety of funds which can help students who are having financial difficulties, budgeting or covering specific costs during their time at university.
link to finacial support page...
Entry to the MArch is invited from graduates from other schools who have at least an upper second class degree giving exemption from RIBA Part 1 and ARB Part 1. Selection is based on an interview with design portfolio.
Applicants wishing to apply for the course should complete a paper based Postgraduate application form which can be found by following the link below:
IMPORTANT: Please submit with the completed MArch application form an A4 size copy of your portfolio and an A4 size copy of any written work undertaken – for example a dissertation. We will not be able to return your work to you so please do not send originals.
Please note that we only consider applicants for the MArch who have an ARB and RIBA Part I recognised qualification. To check if your degree gives you RIBA and ARB exemption please visit the validated courses section of their websites: www.architecture.com www.arb.org.uk