The MArchD – Part 2 RIBA/ARB/LAM accredited course at Oxford Brookes School of Architecture encourages students to proactively explore architecture based on their personal interests and career goals.
School: Oxford Brookes School of Architecture
Course: MArchD – Part 2 RIBA/ARB/LAM accredited
Location: Oxford, UK
Course dates: September 2023 to June 2025
Application deadline: a continuously enrolling two-year course with a September start
How can we build a more sustainable future? What form should urban regeneration take? How can architects respond to humanitarian crises?
The Master of Architecture – Part 2 ARB/RIBA/LAM course at Oxford Brookes offers a dynamic and comprehensive pathway for aspiring architects.
It provides a holistic approach, integrating architectural theory, design innovation and urban contextualisation. Spanning two years, this program is a synthesis of rigorous academic and practical application.
Students explore various aspects of architectural design, sustainable practices, advanced technologies and cultural context. The curriculum offers a blend of core modules and specialist electives, allowing students to tailor their academic journey based on individual interests and career aspirations.
Guided by experienced faculty members with proven industry and academic backgrounds, students engage in critical thinking, hands-on experimentation and research-driven design projects.
The course emphasises interdisciplinary collaboration, encouraging students to integrate knowledge from fields such as art, technology, and sociology into their architectural vision.
Oxford has a rich student culture and you'll have the opportunity to immerse yourself in study at the world-famous Bodleian Library, one of the oldest libraries in Europe.
Top image: Eloise Collier, DS5, 2023
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