22 February 2016

We are particularly proud of our Architecture programs at the University of South Australia and wanted to remind you of the reasons why.

  • Ranked in the Top 100 QS Subject Rankings for Architecture worldwide.
  • Continually high ratings in the Australian Government’s Good Universities Guide in the areas of ‘Teaching Quality’, ‘Generic Skills’ and ‘Overall Satisfaction’.
  • Our award-winning facilities include world-class dedicated design studios, Australia’s only Architecture Museum, and workshops utilising traditional and digital technologies.
  • Our students learn from internationally renowned and experienced academics and architects through masterclasses, lectures and workshops.
  • Our award-winning design construct program is the most comprehensive in Australia, where students work on real client and industry projects from project planning and design through to actual construction nationally and internationally.
  • Master of Architecture students can co-enrol in Master of Design courses focusing on Sustainable Design or Design and Construct.
  • The Master of Architecture is professionally accredited and recognised by the Architectural Practice Board of SA and the Australian Institute of Architects. It is listed as an accredited architecture program by the Architects Accreditation Council of Australia.
  • A Centre for English Language (CELUSA) scholarship is available to students applying for our programs. Reimbursement of 10 weeks of English language training is available valued at approximately $4200 AUD.

To learn more about the student experience, including testimonials, facilities and student work: http://www.unisa.edu.au/Education-Arts-and-Social-Sciences/Art-Architecture-and-Design/The-Student-Experience/

And a reminder of the academic entry requirements:

Master of Architecture

  • Successful completion of the Bachelor of Architectural Studies at the University of South Australia or a bachelor degree in a three-year pre-professional architecture program from a recognised higher education institution or equivalent.
  • Applicants who have studied the equivalent to the Bachelor of Architectural Studies at an international institution are also required to submit a portfolio of work.
  • The University may admit other applicants who provide satisfactory evidence of academic achievement which the University recognises as equivalent to a completed Bachelor of Architectural Studies. 

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