The Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment at Westminster is one of the largest providers of built environment education in the country. You will study at our newly refurbished Marylebone Campus, where a '20m development has provided world'class facilities including well'resourced construction laboratories, traditional and digital workshops, and a substantial 24'hour library. The Architectural Technology BSc Honours is informed by current industry priorities, and our central London location provides direct access to professional institutions and practice. You will benefit from our strong connection with professional bodies ' leading practitioners from industry are involved in the delivery of the course. Our teaching is informed by research, bringing the latest developments from the sector into the classroom and lecture theatre; 20 per cent of the Faculty's research was judged as 'World Leading' and a further 45 per cent as 'Internationally Excellent' in the Research Excellence Framework 2014.
Year 1: building design 1; building science; construction technology 1; introduction to construction studies; procurement and project information; the construction environment. Year 2: building design 2; building design studio A; construction site practice; construction technology 2; materials and structures; professional practice and sustainability. Year 3: building design studio B; building design studio C; building pathology; construction technology 3; contract practice; dissertation.
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- SQA Higher
- Irish Leaving Certificates BBCC
- European Baccalaureate 75%
- Tariff 112
- GCE AS-level
- GCE A-level BBC
- SQA Advanced Higher
- BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma
- BTEC Level 3 Diploma
- BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma MMD
- GCSE/SQA Standard Grade
- OCR National Certificate (6 Units)
- OCR National Diploma (12 Units)
- OCR National Extended Diploma (18 Units) M2
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Total Written: 19%
Total Coursework: 81%