SQA Higher: BBBB to include English (or a written subject requiring the use of English), Maths or a science and preferably Art.
GCE A Level: BCC to include Maths or a science and preferably Art. English (or a written subject requiring the use of English) is required at GCSE grade 6/B if not held at A Level.
Irish Leaving Certificate Higher: H2H2H3H3 to include English (or a written subject requiring the use of English), Maths or a science and preferably Art.
IB Diploma: 28 to include Higher Level English (or a written subject requiring the use of English), Maths or science and preferably Visual Arts all at grade 5.
This course will provide you with the professional and creative skills required for a successful career in architecture and allied professions. It also enables you to progress to the final professional examination (RIBA Part 3) following a period in practical training. Successful completion of this allows you to become a Registered Architect.
IS ARCHITECTURE A GOOD CAREER CHOICE?
You could enjoy a rich and varied career, where you’ll have the opportunity to interact with other Architects and Engineers. Although many Architects spend time in offices in order to meet clients and develop drawings, some Architects also work from home offices.
Exciting career opportunities exist in architectural practices across the world, in both the private and public sectors. Previous graduates have established their own architectural practices, while others hold senior positions in distinguished design firms and multidisciplinary organisations.
Watch A short film by RIBA about what an education and career in architecture will involve.
OSHC: 624GBP/ per year