MA ARCHITECTURE AND URBANISM ALLOWS YOU TO STUDY, AND CONDUCT IN-DEPTH RESEARCH INTO THE INFLUENCE OF GLOBAL CULTURAL AND ECONOMIC FORCES ON CONTEMPORARY CITIES.
Throughout the course, you will explore the design, functioning and future of urban situations in written, drawn and modelled work that builds on the legacy of twentieth century urban theory and is directed towards the development of sustainable cities.
The course is therefore perfect preparation for careers in roles associated with the development of sustainable urban spaces.
A taught postgraduate course that conducts research into how global cultural and economic forces influence contemporary cities. The design, functioning and future of urban situations is explored in written, drawn and modelled work that builds on the legacy of twentieth century urban theory and is directed towards the development of sustainable cities.
– This course is jointly accredited by Manchester Metropolitan University and The University of Manchester with cross-disciplinary connections between the two universities.
– This is an internationally engaged course that actively disseminates students’ thesis work through conferences, exhibitions, competitions and publications.
TEACHING AND LEARNING
Through this course you will begin to engage directly with a chosen research subject area, gather data and formulate an original approach in your practice. You will synthesise your project culminating in the production of a leading-edge proposition until you present and contextualise your thesis. This internationally based course actively disseminates students thesis work through conferences, exhibitions, competitions and publication.
This course can be considered as partially meeting the requirements for recognition at Part 2 level (RIBA/ARB) through APEL provisions applied to individual graduates. The course is jointly accredited with The University of Manchester.
HOW TO APPLY
The quickest and most efficient way to apply for this course is to apply online. This way, you can also track your application at each stage of the process.
TYPICAL ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
You will normally have at least an upper second class undergraduate UK honours degree (or international equivalent) in a related field. Alternatively, you may be admitted if you have proven experience in a relevant field.
Students are required to provide a portfolio (digital or hard copy) as part of the application process.