Frequently Asked Questions
After completing the seven years of study required to become a registered architect, graduates will find roles in architectural design, engineering, and construction field as Architectural Technologist, Interior, and Spatial Designer, Building Surveyor, Town Planner, Structural Engineer, Historic Building Inspector, Production Designer, etc
After the careful perusal of various universities, colleges, and educational institutions, following countries such as the UK, France, Australia, UAE, New Zealand, Germany, etc.
In the UK, it will take seven years to complete the architect course. Only a person who completes seven years can register as an architect in the UK. For a bachelor's degree, it will take up to four years to complete the course and two years for a postgraduate degree. The student should undergo 12 months of internship or work experience.
You will acquire skills in design, technology, and communication. Also, you will have a teamwork spirit, leadership, and problem-solving skills along with the capability to apply technology to design. You will also have a wide perspective of the construction industry and be well versed in different forms of practice of architecture.
Most of the foreign universities provide scholarships, fellowships, and grants to eligible international students.