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Study for a Bachelor in Architecture in the UK!

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Do you have a passion for design and innovation? 

With the BA in Architecture at Falmouth University in southwest England, you’ll learn how to build innovative buildings, environments and spaces. Pick up 2D and 3D CAD techniques as well as model-making, and hand-drawing skills.

In fact, 94% of students are in work or further study six months after graduating!

BONUS: Successfully enroll into the programme and you could receive a £500 travel grant!

Apply by: 31 July 2019
Programme starts: September 2019
Duration: 3 years
Tuition Fee: £9,250 (EU students), £15,000 (non-EU students)

What to do next:

1. Go to this Sqore page to find out if the programme is right for you:

Sign up on Sqore
○ Take a 5-minute quiz to learn more about the programme
○ Fill in your details

2. If you meet the school’s eligibility criteria, you’ll receive guidance with your decision.
3. If you think it’s the right programme for you, apply directly with the Falmouth University

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