Bartlett launches ‘radical’ compressed course

Bob Sheil, Bartlett director

Combined five-year part I and II ‘will save 25% debt’

The Bartlett has launched a compressed degree course that would allow students to pass parts I and II in five years.

This would in theory allow an undergraduate to become a registered architect in seven consecutive years.

The architecture MSci would involve four years of study followed by a fifth-year research placement in practice.

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