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Preparatory course for the ARB prescribed exams
Workshops

Preparatory course for the ARB prescribed exams

​​​The RIBA is offering a short preparatory course for the ARB Prescribed Examinations. These are the way in which overseas architectural qualifications are recognised in the UK. Passing the Prescribed Exams together with Part 3 will allow you to register as an architect in the UK.

The aim of this short course is to help you to prepare for the ARB Part 1 and 2 Prescribed Examinations. The sessions will introduce you to the process; explain the General Criteria and graduate attributes and how to prepare your portfolio to demonstrate how you meet the Criteria. The course also shows you how to identify and then fill gaps in your work.

This will be an interactive series of sessions with questions welcome throughout. Therefore in order to get the most out of the course attendees should familiarise themselves with the process by referring to the ARB Non-recognised UK qualifications and Overseas qualifications route to registration.

Individual tutorials/portfolio reviews cannot be undertaken at this course but it may be possible that a follow-up session can be arranged.

The course will be presented by Stephen Brookhouse RIBA.