An Architecture degree brings together elements of maths, physics, mechanics, art and design, management, city planning and logistics. Studying Architecture will give you a thorough understanding and appreciation of the structures in which we live today. But it will also let you look to the future of design and how ideas can be created and implemented.
Why study Architecture courses?
When you become an architect you could be changing the face of the human-made world. It is a challenging and tough profession, but realization of your projects can be very rewarding.
What jobs can you get as an Architecture graduate?
Individual positions, other than architect, include landscape architect, building surveyor, conservation officer, lecturer, production designer for TV, film or theatre, structural engineer and town planner.
- Architectural Design and Technology
- Architectural Design Technology (with Foundation year)
- Architectural Design and Visualisation
- Architecture and Environmental Design
- Construction Management
- Interior Design
- Interior Design and Lighting
- Interior Architecture and Property Development
- Historic Building Conservation
- Architecture with Arts Foundation Year
- Landscape Architecture
- Lighting Design for Architecture
- Urban and Environmental Planning
- Urban Landscape Architecture