The Architecture BSc (Hons) course at University of East London prepares students to enter the discipline as socially and environmentally conscious architects with strong theoretical and practical knowledge.
We create Masters of Space.
Our ARB and RIBA accredited Part 1 course requires students who are passionate about making the world better through spatial interventions and propositions. We create makers as well as thinkers who will be the future of the architectural profession.
We teach our students to care about how they will use our planet's limited resources to create environmentally responsible and socially aware architecture that reacts to the challenge that 21st-century society will through at them in delightful and life-enhancing ways. We take a hands-on approach and expect you to push your creativity to the limit.
Throughout the course, you'll focus on the process of making and then reflect on what you've designed to boost your technical knowledge. You'll develop the skills all architects need, including drawing, model making and using computer-aided design. In the lecture theatre, you'll cover history, theory, technology and computing.
To give you the support you need, our experienced tutors will run sessions with you individually or in a small group. Throughout the course, you'll develop your own creative style and put together your own portfolio to showcase your talents to potential employers after you graduate.
Top image: The Clerkenwell Sculpture Academy 2021 by Tom Joy.