RIBA International strategy:
- To help members work around the world through developing guidance, skills and market introduction;
- To support RIBA International influence through forming Institutional relationships, promoting services to clients, support membership/chapters, education and other areas of international activity and support architecture and cultural activities.
The RIBA in association with UKTI delivered a high profile event for its members to promote, encourage and educate architectural practices to work internationally.
Working internationally case studies
You can also view some case studies where members share advice and stories of working internationally
Working overseas should be regarded as a long term investment to which resources (people and money) must be committed. There are no short cuts or quick fixes. For more practical advice please see our Working International guide below:
A RIBA guide to working internationally pdf (403kB)