With the summer semester over, there are dozens of UK architecture studios looking to required talented Part-I and Part-II graduates. We've selected 10 of the best opportunities available via Dezeen Jobs, including positions with dRMM and Jonathan Tuckey Design.
51 architecture is looking for a Part-II architect to work on a range of projects from September onwards. The London studio's projects include the remodelling of a family home featuring a sculptural timber staircase that combined digital fabrication with boatbuilding technique.
Jonathan Tuckey's office recently completed two contrasting London shops for Malin+Goetz – one filled with plywood boxes and the other featuring a reflective ceiling. The studio is looking for an architectural assistant with a passion for working with existing buildings to join its team.
De Rosee Sa Architects is looking for a Part-I to join its team in London's Notting Hill. The studio's projects include a school hall featuring a rainbow-coloured facade and a cedar-lined London house with cedar surrounded by cobbled courtyards.
Gresford Architects, whose founder Tom Gresford recently built himself a self-sufficient house, is seeking an experienced Part-II with an interest and knowledge of sustainable technologies to join its London office.
International practice Emre Arolat Architecture is looking for Part-II architectural assistants to join its growing London office. The Turkish firm's notable projects include an mosque set into a plaza made up of shallow terraced steps outside Istanbul.
This compact brick-clad house in London's Haringey was designed by local office Satish Jassal Architects, a studio that is currently looking for architectural assistants to help with range of projects.
Ashton Porter Architects, whose work includes a single-storey studio at the bottom of the garden of a semi-detached house in London, is looking for a Part-II architectural assistant.
Erect Architecture is seeking an architectural assistant to work on projects ranging from residential to public realm. The firm was behind one of three pavilions created for the London Festival of Architecture in 2016, which explored how architecture can contribute to city communities.