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Working as an architect becoming more and more international: main reasons

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Working as an architect becoming more and more international: main reasons

Issues related to the development of urban planning are now relegated to the background. The pandemic and the associated global crisis are leaving a serious imprint on the profession of an architect. But sooner or later the cities will come out of isolation and the demand for specialists in this area will increase, the creation of a well-thought-out urban environment, the preservation and restoration of historical heritage monuments will become urgent again. Let's try to figure out what modern trends prevail today in the architectural education of Great Britain.


The full training program is designed for at least seven years. Over the past two years, students have been undergoing practical training. In most universities, the program includes the first level (bachelor's degree), but combines the second and third in a four-year vocational training. Students must work in their specialty four days a week and attend university classes for at least one day.


Much attention is paid to the way of thinking of students, which plays an important role in building a successful career. It matters a lot more than talent. Students who have grasped the essence of the profession and defined the area of interest to them have many advantages over others.

Much of the learning curve focuses on global population growth, climate change and habitat loss. One of the most pressing topics is the development of environmental friendliness in architectural design. Among the important areas, it is also worth highlighting the reuse of materials and resources, the redevelopment of urban facilities, and conservation. The sooner students realize the importance of adapting architectural solutions to modern human needs, the more in-demand specialists they will become in the future.

International education in the field of architecture in the UK offers great opportunities for personal development. Its main principle is to provide freedom, realize talent and show initiative. It is this approach that will allow future specialists to effectively solve global problems.

Current material has been prepared by Egor Eremeev
Education: Kuban State University, Russia (World Economics); Westminster University (Business & Management), London.
Egor studied and lived in the UK for 8 years and graduated from the university of Westminster. He is currently the co-founder and the director of business development at Smapse Education and personally visits foreign schools and universities, interviews students studying in those institutions.
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