Top 10 UK universities for Architecture 2019

Architecture Top 10

The best universities for studying Architecture in the UK.

Top 10 UK Universities for Architecture 2019

An Architecture degree in the UK will focus on the design and mechanics behind the construction of buildings. Architecture study takes in the areas of technology, design, and theory, and students will take advantage of state-of-the-art facilities including labs for building prototypes (3D printing and laser cutting) and unique workshop spaces.

Courses in the UK are validated by the Royal Institute of British Architects, and completion of an undergraduate Architecture degree is the first step on the road to becoming a professional architect.

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Top 10 UK universities for Architecture

Rank University Location
1 University of Sheffield Sheffield, England
2 University of Cambridge Cambridge, England
3 University of Bath Bath, England
4 UCL Institute of Education London, England
5 University of Nottingham Nottingham, England
6 Manchester School of Architecture Manchester, England
7 University of Lincoln Lincoln, England
8 University of Strathclyde Glasgow, Scotland
9 Coventry University Coventry, England
10 UWE Bristol Bristol, England

Source: 2019 Guardian University Guide rankings

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