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COURSE DESCRIPTIONS Cambridge provides the full range of courses to allow you to qualify as an architect. You cannot call yourself an architect in the UK until you have passed the registration exams, a process that usually takes around seven years. Students progress through a three-part scheme laid out by the ARB (Architects’ Registration Board) and RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects). The Cambridge Undergraduate degree BA(Hons) confers exemption from the ARB/RIBA Part 1 examinations, after which students usually spend a year working as an architectural assistant before proceeding on to our Masters in Architecture and Urban Design (MPhil) which carries exemption from ARB/RIBA Part 2. After a further year of work students can proceed to the Part 3 course, which in Cambridge is the called Postgraduate Certificate in Professional Practice in Architecture. It is therefore possible to complete all your architectural qualifications in Cambridge. The following pages give an overview of our courses as they have run in the 2014-15 academic year, together with information about how to apply. It is worth noting that all our courses are updated regularly, and the most up-to-date details can be found on our website (http:// www.arct.cam.ac.uk).

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ArcSoc Summer Exhibition 2015 : University of Cambridge  

Arcsoc is proud to present the annual Architecture Summer Show, the culmination of a year’s design work in the Cambridge studios. We are bri...

ArcSoc Summer Exhibition 2015 : University of Cambridge  

Arcsoc is proud to present the annual Architecture Summer Show, the culmination of a year’s design work in the Cambridge studios. We are bri...

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