Arts University Bournemouth:
Experience life as an architecture student in the UK and earn credit towards your university degree! Arts University Bournemouth (AUB) provides study abroad BA (Hons) programs for international students and professionals who would like to spend one term, one semester or a full academic year studying arts in the UK. You can choose from a wide range of arts and design subjects, including Architecture. This is an ideal solution if you want to spend time abroad while developing your creative skills, but do not necessarily want to spend 2-3 years in another country. Situated on the South Coast of England, less than two hours from London, AUB is the No. 1 arts university in the UK, and specialises in arts, performance, design, and media education.Email: Contact us belowArchitecture Study Abroad / Semester Programs:
AUB offers a three-year Bachelor of Arts (BA Hons) degree in Architecture, and international students can join our full-time degree students for one term, two terms, or three terms
Our architecture degree course provides a vital introduction to the architectural profession.
You will be fully integrated with the existing degree students and will benefit from the full range of resources available.
Study abroad courses start in September and January each year and coincide with the academic timetable.
When you apply for a short study abroad / semester program, our course leaders will work with you and your tutors to decide on the best year to join the programme, usually either in year one or year two.
You must also submit a portfolio when you apply.
Architecture Course Content:
This course will provide you with a vital introduction to the fundamental elements of architectural design. You will begin experimenting with architectural design, including many different media, such as drawing, printmaking, photography, video and electronic media, and model making.
Depending on the year of entry for the course, you will explore the issues of building in the local urban context through architectural intervention projects. Theory and history will inform the understanding of the unique cultural context of the region.
Alongside the design of a public urban building, various technical and environmental issues will be introduced.
The emphasis of the course is on written presentation and the representation of architecture through text.
You will also have the opportunity to extend your knowledge and ability in representational techniques, including 2D and 3D digital representation.
University / College Credit:
On successful completion of a semester course, you will be given a certificate showing the credits you have earned at the AUB.
It is possible for students to transfer credits earned on modules completed at the AUB to their own universities.