The Master of Architecture is a future-focused degree designed for those who wish to pursue a career as a registered architect.
Taught through a practice-based, studio-learning model, you’ll study a research-driven curriculum covering the technology, design, fabrication, practice, and theory of professional architectural practice. You’ll learn the valuable skills and knowledge required to become a leader in the field, including how to evaluate architectural practice in a critical and ethical framework, and develop innovative propositions to new situations, both individually and collaboratively.
You’ll gain a global understanding of built and virtual environments, as well as the challenges and opportunities of Industry 4.0.
The Master of Architecture is a future-focused qualification. It will equip students with an understanding to both mainstream and niche opportunities for architectural designers in built, virtual, and Industry 4.0 environments.
Admission to the Master of Architecture will require one of the following:
* In the case of completing another three year undergraduate architectural course, applications will be assessed using a Range of Criteria. These would include (but not be limited to):
**Pre-selection kit: Applicants are required to submit a portfolio of between 10 and 20 pages, which must address architecture- and/or urban design-related questions and include visual examples; and provide a 200-400 word written statement.
In your portfolio, we are looking for evidence of your ability to think spatially, critically and creatively, as well as the desire to design and build things. In assessing your portfolio, we would like to see your ability to conceptualize and develop ideas. As well as finished outcomes, we are also interested in concept sketches, 3d models or working drawings that display your thinking process.
Your portfolio will be assessed according to the following criteria:
Think carefully about how you present your portfolio as we will also consider how you structure your content into a clear, compelling story about yourself and your passion for, and commitment to, architecture and urban design.
All work must be original. All images must be clearly labelled. In the case of work that has involved others, such as group work or work with a design practice, clearly indicate what your contribution was.
Portfolios will be reviewed on a standard computer screen. Please ensure legibility accordingly.
IELTS 6.5 – no band below 6.0