Architecture courses at Irish universities focus on the technological, design, cultural and historical elements alongside art and 3D design, enabling overall professional development. To become an Architect, students must complete five years of study and two years of practical work experience before final exams.
Students will become members of the RIAI, the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland, after their initial three-year undergraduate degree, before enrolling on a BArch, Diploma or March degree. Another two years of professional training follow before your final exams.
After completing the minimum five years of study required to become a registered architect, graduates will find roles in architectural design, engineering and construction, preservation and urban planning.
Entry requirements vary for each Irish university, but overseas students will need an IELTS score of 6.5 overall, no lower than 6.0 in each component, and an International Baccalaureate score of 32 points with typical AAB A-level requirements.
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