学制： 1 year 学费： £31,200 (FT)
The programme aims to bridge the gap between architecture and urbanism, and has a strong emphasis on physical design and radical experimentation, combined with rigorous analysis and state-of-the-art theories and methodologies. Students explore design decisions at both a strategic level and the more detailed level of urban regeneration.
Students undertake modules to the value of 180 credits.
The programme consists of four core modules (105 credits) and an urban design final project (75 credits).
Upon successful completion of 180 credits, you will be awarded a MArch in Urban Design.
Please note that the list of modules given here is indicative. This information is published a long time in advance of enrolment and module content and availability is subject to change.
Introduction to Urban Design Theory (15 credits)
Design Thesis Report (30 credits)
Bartlett Architecture Skills Elective (B-Pro Courses) (15 credits)
Urban Design Thesis Initial Projects (45 credits)
Urban Design Thesis Final Project (75 credits)
There are no optional modules for this programme.
Research project/design project
The programme culminates with students undertaking a major design project, the 'Urban Design Final Project' in combination with an individual written submission, the 'Design Thesis Report'.
A minimum of a second-class UK degree in an appropriate subject or an overseas qualification of an equivalent standard. Applicants with extensive experience in the field may also be considered. A design/creative portfolio is also expected. Applicants will be asked to submit a portfolio of their design work once their completed application has been received, and should not send or upload work until it has been requested.
Equivalent qualifications for China
Bachelor's degree with a minimum overall average mark of 80%. Please note that a number of programmes / departments will require higher marks.
Medical/ Dental/ Master's degree; Doctorate.
English language requirements:
Standard level: Overall grade of 6.5 with a minimum of 6.0 in each of the subtests.
Supplementary Personal Statement
The supporting statement is your opportunity to address the academic and any non-academic entry requirements as described in the prospectus. Any specific points to address for your programme will be listed on our additional requirements page. You should also check the prospectus and relevant departmental web pages. You should address the following:
Your academic interests and reasons for applying to this programme.
Your career objectives and any relevant non-academic achievements as well as any publications. Outline any other relevant experience including attendance at specialist workshops or short courses.
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Supplementary Personal Statement
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Part 1. 你的目标专业是什么?为什么要申请这个专业?你对目标专业的理解是怎样的？你为何能匹配这个专业？
Part 4: 为什么申请这个学校？ 为什么要申请这个大学的这个专业？
Part 5. 职业规划（不同目标专业的职业规划）短期目标&长期目标
My purpose of applying for admission to the master degree in XXXX is to advance my research capacity in urban design. In particular, I have a passion for the research topics by The Bartlett professors there, who are world-renowned scholars in my target field. As modern designs are alert, formed by continuous physical, natural, social, and other worldly procedures, such forms including movement, development and trade; birth, demise and rot; correspondence, building and learning; imaging and revere, interface the natural and inorganic, the vitalize and inanimate, the physical world and the creatures that inhabit it. From my point of view, the essence of urban planning is the evolution of the relationship between human being and space. Urban planning should not only reflect the idealism of the individuals toward the city, but is also a responsibility.
My confidence in successful study comes from academic background, relevant intern experience, strong passion, and insightful visionary, coupled with tough spirit. Academically, I was admitted to the XXX University, which is among the excellent universities in China. During my college period, I always treat schoolwork seriously, having ever obtained the second-tier scholarship and the general praises from teachers. I also obtained an opportunity to visit XXX University where I have accessed to the landscape architecture with different styles. When communicating with those professionals home and abroad, they are superior in innovation, courage, positive, observant, being not confined in the field of knowledge. Innovative ideas in Japanese design harmonize the environment, plants, human needs, mingled with history and personal aesthetic(个人审美); Top designers are competitive in using building materials like light polishing concrete, artificial landscape under specific construction conditions, economic elements, industrial chain and the demand of sustainable development, which are the backbones of practitioners and stakeholders（从业者和利益相关者的支柱）;
Applications for 2021 entry will open on 9 November 2020 and will close on 31 May 2021.
We strongly recommend that you apply for a maximum of two programmes at The Bartlett School of Architecture. Multiple applications are less likely to result in an offer of admission.
We strongly advise early application, as our programmes are over subscribed and competition is high.