The University of Salford is recognised as one of the world’s top 200 universities for Architecture within Built Environment. Staying true to its rich industrial heritage, Salford offer a diverse range of courses that are management focused and equip students for the challenges of the world of work.
The built environment courses are taught at School of the Built Environment in a purpose-built design studio in the brand new Adelphi building. Situated 2 km away from Manchester City Centre, Salford provides an opportunity to join a large student community of around 100,000 across Greater Manchester.
Salford look for leadership skills, hard working approach, technical ability, creativity and never ending will to develop in new areas in their built environment students. If you have a real passion for shaping the future of architectural design and want to study architecture and built environment course at the University of Salford, then arrange a free consultation with SI-UK today.
Why Study Architecture and Built Environment at Salford?
- Ranked 5th in the UK and 36th in the world for Architecture and Built Environment teaching (QS world ranking 2017)
- Only UK School to win Queen’s Anniversary Prize for contribution to higher education in this field
- The school offers a comprehensive range of courses including research programmes that promote an action learning approach with a focus on the work place and current practice-based developments.
- The courses are designed to satisfy the requirements of the Architects Registration Board and are validated from the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), CIAT, CIOB and RICS in the provision of continuous professional development.
- Field study visits may be both in the UK or abroad are important part of the programmes.
- The school has a long history of collaborative research and has one of the largest global cohorts of research students. The research staffs are internationally recognised leaders in their fields.
- An opportunity to work on several live projects across Greater Manchester and study theory, techniques and technologies to influence and shape architecture.
- The school offers industrial placement. Around 65% graduates achieve a first or 2:1 degree at undergraduate level and 96% of graduates are in work or further study after graduation.
- The studio in the New Adelphi is equipped with architectural facilities, industry-standard practice rooms, a number of workshops which house high spec equipment including laser cutters and 3D printers, specialist equipments and tools to work collaboratively to execute your ideas.
- An active architecture society organises extra-curricular trips abroad as well as additional study sessions.
- The school offers a new mode of study at undergraduate level, the Accelerated Degree that is taught over3 trimester rather than 2 semesters allowing you to progress more quickly to work or further study.
- The school represents the community of academics of universal reach working in accord with learners across all levels of study and research.
- You will be just 10 minutes walk away from world-class music, sports, night-life, food, shopping and diverse culture in one of the most vibrant and diverse cities, Manchester.