Entry requirements to BSc (Honours) Architectural Studies.
Irish Leaving Certificate - subjects and grades as for Highers below:
Highers - AAAB
A Level - ABB, IB 34
English Higher (B) or GCSE
English Language (A) or English
Literature (A) or IB (HL5)
Maths or Physics Higher (B) or
A Level (B) or IB (HL5)
Art or Art and Design Higher (B)
or AS Level (B)
• Candidates likely to fulfil the entry requirements will normally be asked to submit a portfolio; the portfolio should contain examples of work (in 12 maximum slides: Powerpoint format) which demonstrate your creativity, skills and spatial awareness of 3 dimensional form. Include as broad a range of work as possible, e.g. freehand drawings, architectural sketches, photographs, life drawings, paintings, sculpture, model making etc. with no more than 2 examples of technical drawings or graphic communications type work. Feel free to annotate your work. Evaluation will consider the care and attention to detail that is applied to the organisation and presentation of your work.
Aileen Alexander (Undergraduate Admissions)
t: +44 (0)141 548 3002
All applicants must apply via UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admission Service).
Information on how to apply via UCAS
For UK/European students seeking ARB/RIBA Part 2 professional qualifications:
UK students with a four year Honours Degree can apply for:
MArch/PgDip in Advanced Architectural Design
UK/European students with a three year Honours/Ordinary Degree can apply for:
PgDip in Architectural Studies
International students seeking a challenging two-year programme:
MArch in Architectural Design (International)
UK/European and International Students:
A one-year architectural programme in an open and creative learning environment
MSc/PgDip in Advanced Architectural Studies
A comprehensive and inter-disciplinary Urban Design programme accredited by the RTPI.
MSc/PgDip in Urban Design
The department has a thriving postgraduate research programme and welcomes applications from suitably qualified people to study in any of our research areas.