Master of Architecture
The Master of Architecture (MArch) is a unique degree scheme, taken after the Part 1 BSc in Architectural Studies.
It satisfies Part 2 of the UK professional qualification for architects, and is approved by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and the Architects Registration Board (ARB).
The first year of the MArch – the year of education in practice – is spent predominantly in architectural practice. It includes three short courses held in the School and has a modular structure of associated coursework.
The second year of the MArch is spent full-time in the School and takes students to an advanced level of architectural design. It offers an intense and lively forum for the exploration and discussion of issues in contemporary architecture and also includes courses in building economics and professional practice.
How to apply
Applicants should complete a postgraduate application form and send an A4 size paper copy of your portfolio and a sample of any written work undertaken directly to the School via:
Welsh School of Architecture
King Edward VII Avenue
Selection is based on qualifications and a portfolio but it may also involve an interview.
Welsh School of Architecture graduates
Graduates must normally have at least a 2.2 Honours classification and 55 per cent in design with the BSc in Architectural Studies
Graduates from another School
If you are entering from another School, you would normally need at least a 2.1 class degree or equivalent qualification which carries exemption from the Part 1 of the RIBA. In all cases, a strong design portfolio is a requisite.
We will consider candidates from other schools with overall classifications of 2.2 who have exceptionally strong grades in design modules at degree level (high 2:1 and above), so students who believe themselves to be in this category are welcome to apply.
Applications from prospective students will not be considered until we have received both the application form and the portfolio.
Our course is accredited by: