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Architecture & Design2018-08-26T11:11:57+00:00

What is Architecture and Design?

Architecture and design is a mixture of art and technology that helps convert building ideas to reality. It is the science of designing and building structures keeping in mind its aesthetics and functionality. It is about designing something as big as a bridge or a park, to something as small as a chair or a vase. Architecture and design is about trying to make the world a little bit more like our dreams.

Why study Architecture and Design in Australia?

Architecture is one of the most respected professions of today’s world. Australia offers quality education and training to Architectural students from all around the globe. Universities offer a broad range of Architecture and Design programs to suit every student’s career path and ambitions. The courses structure are flexible and aimed at catering to students from different counties and backgrounds.  

With the skills obtained from an Australian Architecture degree, students are bound to reach greater heights in the design, construction and management world.

Popular Courses

  • Diploma of Interior Design
  • Bachelor of Architectural Design
  • Bachelor of Interior design
  • Master of Architecture
  • Master of Disaster, Design and Development

Entry Requirements 

Bachelor Courses

  • Valid passport
  • 10th, 12th, Diploma (if any) Certificates
  • Work Experience & Resume (if any)
  • Proof of funds
  • English – IELTS: Overall band of 5.5, with no individual score below 5.0.  PTE: Score 42 and no individual score less than 36

Masters Courses

  • Valid passport
  • 10th, 12th, Diploma (if any), Bachelors Certificates
  • Work Experience & Resume (if any)
  • Design Portfolio (if applicable)
  • Proof of funds
  • English – IELTS: Overall band of 6.0, with no individual score below 5.5.  PTE: Score 42 and no individual score less than 36

Recognition of Prior Learning and Credit Transfers

Recognition of Prior Learning is a formal recognition of the skill and knowledge students have achieved through their previous education, work and life experience, to determine whether this could be worth credit in lieu of study.

Credit Transfer is where a student’s previous formal study is assessed to demonstrate if learning outcomes can be met and transfer of credits can be made from one course to the other.

Accreditation

Graduates of Architecture and Design programs are eligible for the Architects Accreditation Council of Architecture (AACA) for the purposes of registering as Architects. Details of AACA requirements are available at the AACA website.

Further Education  

Upon completion of the course, students are eligible to further pursue Masters or PhD in various Design or Management related courses.

Employment Opportunities

Graduating students can take up a career in architecture, interior designing, landscaping, urban planning, furniture and industrial design, teaching, research, construction management, conservation etc.