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Careers

This degree equips students to continue with their professional education and their route to professional architect status.

It also develops the skills and knowledge for those wanting to pursue a career in associated professions such as design, interior and product design, curation, journalism, surveying, project management, material manufacturing and construction industry services.

Vocations

Typical career opportunities include:

  • Architect
  • Architectural Assistant
  • Architectural Technician
  • Model Maker
  • Consultant
  • Designer
  • Interior Designer
  • Town Planner
  • Digital Architect
  • CAD Renderer
  • Project Manager
  • Surveyor
  • Architectural Photographer
  • Architectural Journalist
  • Architectural Curator
  • Furniture and Product Designer
  • The degree in architecture will also equip students with skills and knowledge for those wishing to pursue careers in associated building professions such as material manufacturing, construction industry services, surveying, journalism, exhibition curation and design, project management, interior and product design.

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.

Tristram Bushby
2005 graduate
Landscape Architect
Allen Pyke Associates

I’m in the best position to develop my passion for Architectural Heritage. My role combines historical research with practical advice for architects, planners and builders. NUA changed and shaped the person I am now. The tutors and the particular character of the University are very special and unique.

Charlotte Stranks
2003 graduate
Building Conservation Department
Oxford City Council

My degree stood me in good stead for postgraduate research. The guidance from my tutors gave me a great foundation to build on.

Tim Fox-Godden
2003 graduate
PhD Student in Architectural History

Norwich is a great place to study Architecture due to its wealth of fine buildings exhibiting a range of historical and architectural styles from which to draw inspiration. I’ve worked as a Project Architect on increasingly more complex new build and refurbishment projects and I have been the lead designer on a number of specialist projects.

Nigel Myhill
1995 graduate
Architect
N J Myhill Architecture