We have a passion for creating a built environment that will enhance people's lives without destroying the planet for future generations.

We offer the full range of qualifications needed to become a registered architect in the United Kingdom. Our BSc Architectural  Studies (Part 1), Master of Architecture (MArch, Part 2) and Diploma/MA Professional Studies (Part 3) are approved by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and the Architects’ Registration Board (ARB).

Undergraduate students in studio


Our Undergraduate programmes aim to equip Welsh School of Architecture graduates with the skills needed to design and create beautiful buildings that respond to changing technological, social, cultural, economic and professional contexts.

Graduate student in the studio


Our graduate programme at the Welsh School of Architecture is taken after the BSc. It satisfies Part 2 of the UK professional qualification for architects and is approved by RIBA and ARB.

Colleagues discussing building plans

Postgraduate taught

The Welsh School of Architecture’s Masters programmes cover a wide range of disciplines that reflect our research interests and expertise in sustainability, conservation, professional studies, urban design and sustainability.

Postgraduate research student in library

Postgraduate research

We offer research students an opportunity to work and study alongside internationally recognised academics.

Students on the 2018 Low Carbon Design Programme

Summer Programme

The programme brings together international undergraduates and recent graduates from schools of architecture and other built environment disciplines keen to develop a UK experience in low carbon design.