University of Lincoln
Architecture (ARB/RIBA part 2)
This course is awarded by the University of Lincoln and meets all the criteria for validation held in common by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) for validation and the Architects Registration Board (ARB) for prescription at part 2, and all points of the European Union Directive (EC2005/36) and is accredited by the Commonwealth Association of Architects. The programme is distinctive in that it emphasises skills in design/research through individual study and groupwork in seminars and studio activities and at the same time develops critical reflection on personal aims, achievements and design philosophy within a framework of structured theoretical debate and individual research.
Good Honours degree in architecture.
A range of assessment methods is used. Assessment of theory and technology modules is typically based upon written reports, case studies, proposals, verbal presentations and participation in seminar discussions. Project work is assessed by means of an exhibition of work and a verbal presentation to tutors and peers, or by the submission of a portfolio that is assessed by the module team.
Alumni enrolled full-time on the Master of Architecture (and subject to tuition fees of �9,000) will be eligible for a �1,500 Lincoln Alumni Master of Architecture scholarship payment, for each completed academic year of study, with part-time students eligible for a pro-rata payment.
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