Courses

At the Welsh School of Architecture (WSA) we have a passion for creating a built environment that will enhance people’s lives without destroying the planet for future generations.

Our Undergraduate programmes aim to equip WSA graduates with the skills needed to design and create beautiful buildings that respond to changing technological, social, cultural, economic and professional contexts. We also aim for our Masters graduates to use their expertise to help shape sustainable buildings, cities, and communities.

Undergraduate

Undergraduate

Our BSc in Architecture Studies is accredited by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and the Architects Registration Board (ARB).

Graduate

Graduate

We are proud to offer the Master of Architecture, which is a two-year second degree that combines experience in practice with challenges in advanced architectural design. It is intended for those who wish to continue their education towards becoming qualified architects.

Postgraduate taught

Postgraduate taught

The WSA’s Masters programmes cover a wide range of disciplines that reflect our research interests and expertise in sustainability, conservation, professional studies, urban design and sustainability.

Postgraduate research

Postgraduate research

The research topics of postgraduate students at the School reflect the wide expertise of the staff and the varied research in which they are engaged. Many relate to the WSA’s established reputation for research in all aspects of sustainability, in architectural history in diverse cultural contexts, and in design-led approaches to research.