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Inclusive education

RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) are working to ensure that the architecture sector and the wider construction industry is representative of the communities and societies we serve, through inclusive education. We acknowledge the barriers to entry and progression in the profession, and this particularly impacts individuals from underrepresented and under-recognised groups. As we work to promote and broaden access to the profession, explore our resources and initiatives below.

  • Accessing architecture
    A suite of three RIBA guidance documents to support people with disabilities entering or progressing careers in architecture. 

  • National Schools Programme
    A free storytelling session exploring the extraordinary history of RIBA for Key Stage One pupils. Discover our brand-new film for Key Stage 3 and 4 students to explore climate change and the built environment. 

  • Architecture apprenticeships
    Read about becoming an architect via an architecture apprenticeship. As RIBA, we also validate apprenticeship courses at several UK universities.

  • Mentoring guidance
    Read about the types of mentoring guidance RIBA offer. 

RIBA Books:

Architectural Apprenticeships Handbook by Daniel Goodricke and Luke Murray
Education featured collection
RIBA Part 3
RIBA Job Book

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