Ravensbourne today (Friday 3 November) announced the launch
of the first course to be validated under its own processes since receiving Taught Degree Awarding Powers (TDAP), a two year Masters of Architecture course. Ravensbourne is now recognised as an institution that can award its own degrees and this two year course is a prestigious start.
The course defines itself as experimental, while being profession-oriented. It is designed for students who want to qualify and practice as architects designing buildings in relation to their physical, cultural and social settings. It places its students’ individual interests and aspirations at the centre of the curriculum and encourages the development of their own creative directions.
Tom Fitzsimmons, Course Coordinator for MArch added: “It is a real privilege to partake in the development of this programme, which is the eighth Masters of Architecture degree in London and Ravensbourne’s first self-validated degree. In this context we have been working hard to design a unique course that uses knowledge of new technologies and contemporary architectural thinking by leading practitioners as creative tools towards the making of the future environment.”
If you are interested in learning more about Ravensbourne’s MArch, you can visit the course profile to find out more.