About this course
History & Theory Studies courses run over all five years of academic study at the AA. They introduce students to the nature of architecture, not solely through the issue of design but also in the larger context of the discipline's relation to past, present, future and diverse cultures. Writing is a central skill for the developing architect - at a professional level, architects are increasingly expected to describe and analyse designs and buildings in written form. In response, History & Theory Studies has renewed these aspects of the courses, enabling students to develop their own points of view in seminars and to develop their skills in writing for course requirements.
- Relevant qualifications accepted by the university.
English Language Requirements:
- IELTS (Academic) 6.5 overall with at least 6.0 in each category
- Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English at grade C1 or C2 – (in each component AA entry requirement is Borderline grade – since January 2015)
- Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English at grade C2 – (in each component AA entry requirement is Borderline grade – since January 2015)
- Pearson Test of English (PTE) (Academic) overall minimum of 63 with a score of at least 59 in each category
- Trinity College (Integrated Skills in English) at grade C1 (ISEIII) or C2 (ISEIV)