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Careers in Architecture
If you are starting out and considering a career in Architecture, there are plenty of opportunities and a wide range of routes into the profession. Jobs include: Architect, Architectural Technologist, Graphics Visualiser, Interior Designer, Finance, Marketing, Bid Writing, Administration.
And it's not all about degrees and endless years of training! There are lots of ways to become part of the world of architecture.
At P+HS Architects we are keen to support new talent into the profession; we offer work experience, student mentoring and work placements alongside further education to help people develop their careers.
For roles such as Architect, Architectural Technologist, Interior Design or Graphics Visualiser you will probably have an interest in design or technology and enjoy subjects such as art, technology, science, maths or IT.
Some people choose to study for a full time degree straight from school or college whilst others opt to combine paid employment with further training. If you have a passion to succeed, there will be a route that works for you.
If you're interested in careers in architecture, take a look at the resources below to help you on your way:
The Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT) is the professional membership body for architectural technologists in the UK. Their website has a whole host of information on education and training for technologists: https://architecturaltechnology.com/education.html
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) is the professional membership body for architects in the UK. There is helpful information on the website about becoming an architect: www.architecture.com/education-cpd-and-careers
The Architects Registration Board (ARB), established by Parliament in 1997, regulates the architects’ profession in the UK. Their website has a student area which gives details of schools of architecture and architecture training: www.arb.org.uk/student-information/
UCAS has information on what an architect does and university course information: www.ucas.com/ucas/after-gcses/find-career-ideas/explore-jobs/job-profile/architectFor inspiration, Pinterest is full of wonderful images: www.pinterest.co.uk/categories/architecture/