The Architecture RIBA 2 MArch course at London Metropolitan University provides students with specialist studio and workshop facilities to assist their architectural training.
School: School of Art, Architecture and Design, London Metropolitan University
Course: Architecture RIBA 2 MArch
Location: London, UK
Course dates: full-time course September 2022 to July 2024, part-time course September 2022 to July 2025
Application deadline: 14 September 2022
This Master of Architecture RIBA 2 course at London Metropolitan University offers the perfect opportunity for you to focus your skills and develop true excellence in your work.
As a design-driven programme for postgraduate students, you'll build on your knowledge of technology, practice, history and theory.
This RIBA 2 MArch expands your creativity and ambition as you explore your particular lines of interest in connection with the world around you.
You'll engage with the social, political and economic infrastructures that predetermine built form.
Graduates of the course have had considerable success in the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), winning the RIBA Bronze Medal and RIBA Silver Medal on multiple occasions.
Studying architecture at London Met's School of Art, Architecture and Design means developing your skills with some of the best facilities available in London.
The school is home to extensive studios, containing high-end analogue and digital printing facilities, as well as specialist textile, ceramic, furniture-making and photography workshops.
With a strong emphasis on self-directed study and ambitious agendas, this RIBA 2 course is focused on your future employability.
Your journey will be supported by a teaching staff composed of renowned and expert practitioners.
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Applications to this course have now closed.
Top image: City Building 01 by student Rachel Smith.
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