Following the successful completion of the MArch, RIBA Part 2 students normally continue to develop professional experience in architectural practice or an associated discipline.
This course is designed to assist students with formally recording these experiences so they can successfully complete the RIBA Professional Experience Development Records (PEDRs) and prepare for enrolment on the RIBA Part 3.
As part of the course, the university will sign off your PEDRs and provide advice and support to you when you're in practice.
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Location Brighton: Moulsecoomb
The course comprises two seminar sessions at the university. The first session is held in the autumn and introduces you to the requirements of the RIBA Part 3, advising you how to maximise your exposure to the Part 3 curriculum on a day-to-day basis in practice before the point of formal enrolment.
The second session, held in the summer, is run in parallel with a RIBA Part 3 teaching session and allows you to participate in advanced role-play sessions – a form of teaching that defines the character of professional education at Brighton.
The Architecture Post Part 2 Professional Experience course prepares you for the Architecture RIBA Part 3, which represents the last part of the formal education of an architect in the UK.
Students from other institutions with Part 2 exemption are welcome to join the course.
Contact us for details about fees and how to apply, either by telephone on 01273 642332 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact us for details about fees and the application process, either by telephone on 01273 642332 or by email at email@example.com.
You may have to pay additional costs during your studies. The cost of optional activities is not included in your tuition fee and you will need to meet this cost in addition to your fees. A summary of the costs that you may be expected to pay, and what is included in your fees, while studying a course in the School of Architecture, Technology and Engineering in the 2022–23 academic year are listed here.
For architecture, interior architecture, design and product design, additional costs are as follow
You can chat with our enquiries team if you have a question or need more information. Or check our finance pages for advice about funding and scholarships as well as more information about fees and advice on international and island fee-paying status.
Campus where this course is taught
Two miles north of Brighton seafront, Moulsecoomb is our largest campus and student village. Over the last four years Moulsecoomb has undergone a major transformation, planned with accessibility, inclusivity and sustainability in mind.
Over 900 students live here in our halls, Moulsecoomb Place and the new Mithras halls – Brunswick, Goldstone, Hanover, Preston and Regency.
On campus you’ll find professional-standard facilities and learning resources for all of our subjects and a brand new academic building Elm House, alongside the library, student centre, fitness facilities and the Students’ Union.
Moulsecoomb has easy access to buses and trains and to all the exciting things happening in our home city.
We guarantee an offer of a place in halls of residence to all eligible students.
Halls of residenceWe have halls of residence across Brighton in the city centre, Moulsecoomb, Varley Park and Falmer.
Want to live independently? We can help – find out more about private renting.
Modern accommodation at nearby Varley Park
Relaxing in halls near the campus
Students eating at the Hub
The city of Brighton & Hove is a forward-thinking place which leads the way in the arts, technology, sustainability and creativity. You'll find living here plays a key role in your learning experience.
Brighton is a leading centre for creative media technology, recently named the startup capital of the UK.
The city is home to a national 5G testbed and over 1,000 tech businesses. The digital sector is worth over £1bn a year to the local economy - as much as tourism.
All of our full-time undergraduate courses involve work-based learning - this could be through placements, live briefs and guest lectures. Many of these opportunities are provided by local businesses and organisations.
It's only 50 minutes by train from Brighton to central London and less than 40 minutes to Eastbourne. There are also daily direct trains to Bristol, Bedford, Cambridge, Gatwick Airport, Portsmouth and Southampton.
Support and wellbeing
Your personal academic tutor, course leader and other tutors are all there to help you with your personal and academic progress. You'll also have a student support and guidance tutor (SSGT) who can help with everything from homesickness, managing stress or accommodation issues.
Our Brighton Student Skills Hub gives you extra support and resources to develop the skills you'll need for university study, whatever your level of experience so far.
As well as being supported to succeed, we want you to feel good too. You'll be part of a community that builds you up, with lots of ways to connect with one another, as well having access to dedicated experts if you need them. Find out more.
Sport at Brighton
Sport Brighton brings together our sport and recreation services. As a Brighton student you'll have use of sport and fitness facilities across all our campuses and there are opportunities to play for fun, fitness or take part in serious competition.
Find out more about Sport Brighton.
Our sports scholarship scheme is designed to help students develop their full sporting potential to train and compete at the highest level. We offer scholarships for elite athletes, elite disabled athletes and talented sports performers.
Find out more about sport scholarships.
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