Our specialist arts environment at NUA nurtures inventiveness and provides a forum for exploration and collaboration, while the wealth of inspiring historical and contemporary architecture in the City offers a stimulating backdrop to your study.
This ARB Part 1 prescribed course supports you in making the first step towards becoming a registered architect or embarking on a related career. In the inspiring and historical spaces of your Boardman House studios we will help you to become raconteurs of the past and future; salvagers for sustainability; manipulators of materials; appropriators of spaces and disseminators of critical debate.
Most importantly, you will be asked to challenge assumptions about what architecture can be through studio sessions; critiques with architects such as RIBA award-winning Anthony Hudson; talks by inspirational speakers such as Stirling Prize winner, Will Alsop OBE and field trips to cities such as Prague, Belfast, Berlin, Porto and Santiago de Compostela.
By year three you will develop a portfolio of projects that display critical thinking, spatial awareness and an engagement with diverse social-political situations – all of which provide a firm foundation for your future career.
An aptitude for 3D making, artistic abilities and an interest in how people interact with their environment are the key ingredients to becoming an inquisitive and imaginative architecture student.
“NUA means opportunity. An opportunity to engage with something you desire to explore; in every way possible through the support of the university.”
Margaret Belle, London
BA (Hons) Architecture. Read Margaret’s blog on Industry Lectures at NUA →
BA (Hons) Architecture is recognised as a Part 1 Prescribed Course by the Architects Registration Board.
See the inspirational new studio environment provided for students in the RIBA award winning Boardman House.
Watch a film about Cinematic Landscapes – an exhibition of work in progress by BA Architecture students.
“I’ve worked on iconic projects such as The Shard and King’s Cross master plan. My role has included detailed designs for major developments such as squares, courtyards, parks and roof terraces.”
Consider your career progression as a NUA graduate and read about the experiences of graduates such as landscape architect Tristram Bushby.
“Our studio has the perfect atmosphere — it feels like a working practice and with a city centre campus it’s easy to immerse yourself in the historic and inspirational buildings of Norwich.”
Find out about how the course combines practical making and professional skills in Years 1, 2 and 3 and more about the programme of Visiting Lecturers.
“The best way to experience what NUA has to offer is to see for yourself at one of our open days for undergraduate or postgraduate courses.”
To find out more about how to apply for a course at NUA, talk to Lynne, Tom or Tori in the following ways:
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