The School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape offers a range of Masters qualifications. For course content, research areas, research skills training, entry requirements, how to apply, and fees, funding and visa information please see our degree descriptions.
More detailed information about each of our postgraduate taught programmes is available via the below links.
Read about our PGT 2013 Bursary Scheme open to Home/EU students with a 2:1 or above.
Our Masters provision falls into four main categories:
1) Masters which offer a continuation of professionally accredited programmes of study, aimed at students who have completed an accredited first degree in architecture. These programmes are suitable for students seeking to continue their professional qualifications on the route to become an architect.
2) Masters conversion programmes, offering full professional accreditation from the Royal Town Planning Institute. Students do not need to have previously studied planning to apply to these programmes. They are a good option for students with a good honours degree who wish to become a professional Town Planner.
3) Masters programmes with partial RTPI accreditation.
4) Other Masters programmes