A career in architecture normally involves seven years in higher education and training; this includes a five year degree programme and a minimum of 2 years professional experience in an architect's office (or equivalent) and successful completion of professional examinations before registration with the Architects Registration Board.
For information on a career in architecture, have a look at the Connexions website at http://www.connexions-direct.com/jobs4u/... Add 'Architecture' to the search box for details, including entry requirements and links to the registration and professional bodies relevant for each of the four countries within the UK.
If you'd like to check out the subject options that meet entry requirements for architecture courses at university, have a look at the UCAS website: http://ucas.com/students/coursesearch/. Select Architecture, either as a single subject or as a combined option, to bring up the list of courses and then click on any university of interest for more details, including entry requirements. These will often be listed under 'general entry requirements, but sometimes there are course specific requirements. GCSE subjects should include maths, English language and a separate or a double award science: Maths, physics and art are useful subjects at A level although many other subjects are acceptable. (In some instances, alternative but equivalent qualifications such as a BTEC National Certificate or Diploma in Construction, may be acceptable). If you have queries, you could discuss these with your school careers adviser or contact the university admissions office for clarification.
Allow some time for your research as you may want to check out other links or review your options. I hope this helps answer your question and wish you well in your future study and career!
Architect Registration Exam
It can take up to four years to become an architect. Most will receive a bachelor's degree in architecture and design.
Yes, to become an architect you do indeed need to take a lot of math classes. Your math skills must be fine tuned.
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You need to take the ARE (Architect Registration Exam), which is a 7-part exam required to get your license to practice architecture. To become an architect, you also must have an accredited degree in architecture and complete an internship program known as IDP.
there is no type of specific math architects use, all the architect does is just design and adjust.....but geometry math is somewhat used.
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well it really depends on what college you go to, but if you want to be a licensed architect it will take anywhere from 5 and half to 7 years
UM YES Generaly you would need to at least have a Bachelors Degree to become an actuall architect and in order to get into a University to receive a Bachelors Degree, you would need an SAT or either an ACT SCORE.
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