Architecture Schools in England
First of all, thank you for considering Kent School of Architecture for your studies. Coming to study in a new university is very exciting; however, coming to study in a new country can seem a little daunting. Don't worry, we are here to help you find all the information that you will need in order to make that all important decision!
Need advice on applying for a visa to study in the UK? Please find below a video posted by We Are International:
Other useful websites to visit that can give advice on visas are:
We run several different programmes here at the Kent School of Architecture, both at undergraduate and postgraduate level. Entry qualifications can be found by visiting the relevant programme page on our website.
From September 2014 and onwards, in response for strong demand, International students without ARB Part 1 will be considered for entry to the MArch, and would graduate with the award of MArch(without Part 2 exemption).
The campus is self-contained and includes student accommodation, a library, sports centre, theatre, music performance centre, places to socialise and eat, cinema, shops (including a bookshop), medical centre, public access computer rooms, launderettes and bus stops. We find that our students very much enjoy the campus life and like how everything is so easily accessible with Canterbury only a short bus ride/walk away.
Here at Kent we have a variety of different accomodation styles to suit each individual. There is accommodation within our five colleges, self-catered accommodation in Park Wood student village or one of our courts on central campus. To help with your decision, please visit the accommodation website.