Part 3

Part 3 is the final examination in architecture, and successful candidates qualify to register in the UK as architects. Open to both AA graduates and eligible non-graduates, the course and examination is held twice a year and is supervised by External Examiners appointed by the AA. We recommend preregistering for this course. While this does not reserve you a place on the course, it will allow you regular contact with the Professional Studies Advisor and correspondence from us regarding registration opening and closing dates each term.

Autumn course 2017: September (Two weeks)
Spring course 2018

REGISTER TO PART 3 COURSE ONLINE

Seminar Series

  • Introduction
  • Running a Small Business
  • Practice and Job Management
  • Practice and Job Management
  • Standard Forms of Building Contract
  • The Role of the ARB
  • The Role of the RIBA
  • English Legal System
  • Presenting Yourself
  • Professional Risk Avoidance
  • Town Planning
  • Building Legislation
  • Revision Seminar

Exam candidates only

Building Contract Game (2 Days) - SUBJECT TO AN ADDITIONAL FEE
Written Exam (all day)
Oral Exam (timed 1hr appointments)

Fees

Part 3 Course Registration £1500
Building Contract Game £275
P3 Exam £1250

Book an appointment

If you would like to make an appointment with the Professional Studies Advisor, please use the form below.

No appointments currently available. Contact psco@aaschool.ac.uk for further details.

Contact

Professional Studies Coordinator

Jennifer Anderson
T: +44 (0)20 7887 4082
psco@aaschool.ac.uk

Head of Part 3/Professional Practice Advisor

Paul Crosby
T: +44 (0)20 7887 4040
paul.crosby@aaschool.ac.uk

Links & downloads

Part 3 Handbook
Initial Assessment
AA Working Out in Architecture
AA Certificate of Professional Experience
PEDR

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