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A Level: A*AA IB: 40-41 points, with 776 at Higher Level

The Architecture Tripos gives an unrivalled design-based general degree to some of our graduates, but for most it is the first step to the profession. It cumulatively provides exemption from part 1 of the RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) Examination, and it must therefore be taken as a whole.

Subject Requirements

Essential All applicants are expected to show a portfolio of recent work at interview.

Desirable: AS Level / IB Standard Level Mathematics or Physics.

Most of our architecture applicants will have taken A levels, or the equivalent in other examination systems, in Art and will include work they have produced in A Level Art as the basis of their portfolio.

Written Work

None.

Admissions Assessments

All applicants for Architecture are required to take written and practical assessments at interview, if interviewed. The assessment will consist of writing skills (30 minutes) and graphic and spatial ability (30 minutes). For further information on the assessment format, please view the entry requirements tab on: http://www.undergraduate.study.cam.ac.uk/courses/architecture

Director of Studies - Dr Ying Jin

Teaching Fellows in Architecture - Mr John Sergeant

Further information

Architecture  (information from Cambridge Admissions website)

Updated May 2016