Preparing for ARB exams (Architecture) @ University of Westminster
About: As part of the ‘Buildup’ short course programme, the School of Architecture and the Built Environment at the University of Westminster is offering a short course to applicants for the Architects Registration Board (ARB) Part 1 and Part 2 Prescribed Examinations. Young professionals with appropriate overseas architectural qualifications can avail the course to prepare effectively for the ARB examinations.
Institute: School of Architecture and Built Environment at the University of Westminster, UK
Programme: Short term preparatory course for UK's Architect Registration Board’s Part 1 & 2 exams.
Programme schedule: Twice a year
Eligibility: Qualified designers working in architectural practice preparing for the ARB Part 1 and Part 2 prescribed examinations and who have met the ARB eligibility criteria
Details of Course: The course will cover
- the ARB prescribed examination process
- the relevant Criteria
- the evidence required to pass the examinations
- how to analyse and evaluate your knowledge experience
- how to prepare an analytical commentary
- how to prepare a portfolio of evidence
Benefits: Spread over a number of weeks, the course will
- Explain the ARB examination process,
- Explain the presentation of a portfolio as per the ARB/RIBA Criteria
- Aid in preparation for the final interview.
Trainers: Stephen Brookhouse and Wilfred Achillie
How to apply:
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School of Architecture and the Built Environment short course Co-ordinator