How to Apply
Institution Name: GSA
Institution Code: G43
UCAS Code: K100
Applications to the part-time mode should be made directly to the School
BArch (Hons) or BArch (Ord)
Exemption from Part 1 of RIBA/ARB Examination in Architecture.
All GSA degree programmes are validated by the University of Glasgow. Established in 1451, the University of Glasgow is a member of the prestigious Russell Group of leading UK research universities and a founder member of Universitas 21, an international grouping of universities dedicated to setting worldwide standards for higher education.
Peer and staff review, formative and summative assessment, with continuous feedback from tutorials. Lecture courses are assessed by essay, coursework and formal written examinations.
Studio space, workshops for wood and metal work; specialist equipment for making architectural models; a photographic studio and darkrooms; a reprographics and audiovisual base; a lighting lab including heliodon and model-scope and an architectural science computer suite. the Grace and Clark Fyfe Gallery, cafe bar, technical library and RIBA Information Service.
Indicative Material Costs
Stage/Year 1: £1,000
Stage/Year 2: £1,100
Stage/Year 3: £1,200
Additional costs will be incurred for activities such as study trips and workshops
Clare and Sandy Wright (Wright and Wright); Charlie Hussey and Charlie Sutherland (Sutherland Hussey Architects); Christopher Platt (Head of Mackintosh School of Architecture/studioKap); Sarah Lewis (bere:architects); Ian Alexander and Henry McKeown (JM Architects); Russell Baxter (NORR UK); the late Gareth Hoskins (Gareth Hoskins Architects); Karen Anderson (Anderson, Bell + Christie); Riccardo Marini (Gehl Architects); Andrew Whalley (Nicholas Grimshaw); Ross Hunter (Graven Images); Andy Bow (Foster Associates)
Alan Hooper BArch (Hons) MArch ARB