The RIBA-accredited Part 1 Architecture BA (Hons) course at University of Huddersfield encourages students to tackle contemporary design challenges and develop visualisation skills.
Our Architecture BA (Hons) course at University of Huddersfield educates students to address contemporary challenges and emerge as confident and innovative architectural leaders.
The project-based curriculum is centred around the design studio, where students learn design skills, develop visual literacy and test ideas that enable them to thrive in a fast-changing world.
Our B.Arch students are creative thinkers and makers, like to explore the world around them and want to be a part of shaping the environment we live in and interact with every day.
There are two strands to the course: Architecture and Architecture (International). Both have a highly distinctive approach to the subject, allowing students to explore different cultural regions fuelled by creativity and critical thinking.
The course operates in newly-constructed facilities, shared with courses in the arts, media and built environment to form a rich interdisciplinary milieu within the newly-merged School of Arts and Humanities.
Course tutors bring diverse experiences and cultural backgrounds and draw on the rich, diverse research pursued within the school. The course is RIBA-validated and the school also offers a RIBA-validated Part 2 and Part 3 course.
Top image: Haiyan Village Aquatic Heritage Centre by Alexandru-Stefan Costea, who graduated from University of Huddersfield's BA (Hons) Architecture International course in 2021.