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Architecture courses

Mar 2019

I want to do a degree in Architecture, but I haven't done an Art A Level. My A Levels are Maths, English Literature, and Geography (minimum expected AS grades are AAA). I want to know what the best plan is for me to get into an Architecture degree. I have seen Architecture degrees that include a foundation year suitable for those who don't have all the necessary A Levels for Architecture, but I've been put off those courses as most of them accept a very low standard of grades/A Levels and I'm predicted high grades.


You should contact a few of your chosen universities directly. Take a look at our Architecture table and draw up a short list of about six to eight universities. Check entry requirements using UCAS or university websites. Then use the contact details to get in touch with your chosen universities and ask specifically about your own circumstances, what you need to do and what you are eligible to apply for. You can also ask them about interviews and portfolio.

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