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The Master of Architecture (MArch) graduate degree program offers an accredited three-year curriculum.
This professional course of study is highly demanding with a large proportion of the curriculum being required coursework. Design studios are integrated with courses in architecture history and theory, technical and material systems, and design media and representation.
Within this challenging program, opportunities to develop individual identity and special skills are made possible through the selection of special topic design studios, thoughtful engagement with electives, and especially through the execution of the Graduation Project.
WHAT MAKES THE PROGRAM UNIQUE?
Each student furthers their network by working with full-time faculty and local professional design community who are active participants in studio reviews, graduation project committees, and the mentorship program.
Within the Faculty of Applied Science, students have access to a research library ranked among the best in Canada and other faculty in engineering or community and regional planning. With Study Abroad, there are opportunities to be engaged with the ever-changing cultural concerns in architecture and landscape architecture.
The Master of Architecture is a professional graduate degree, leading to certification with the Canadian Architectural Certification Board.
The three-year program is highly demanding, with a large proportion of the curriculum dedicated to required coursework. You’ll take design studios alongside courses in history and theory, technical and material systems, and design media.
However, you will graduate with the disciplinary knowledge and technical skills required to succeed in a career in architecture.
You’ll have opportunities to pursue individualized research through the selection of special topic design studios, thoughtful engagement with electives, and your graduate project.
You can also participate in a number of enriched experiences within the M.Arch program. These include co-op, design build, study abroad, and exchanges.
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PTE Home / Online are not accepted for application to UBC-Vancouver
IELTS Indicator is not accepted for Applications to UBC-Vancouver.
TOEFL MyBest composite scores are not accepted for applications to UBC-Vancouver.
TOEFL ibT Home is accepted for admission to UBC-Vancouver.
TOEFL ITP and TOEFL Essentials are not accepted for admission.
Minimum scores must be achieved in a single sitting of the test (i.e. scores from multiple test-taking instances may not be used to satisfy minimum component requirements.)
The GRE is optional.
A conditional admission allows a student to obtain a study permit (if necessary) and begin their studies in the UBC English Language Institute (ELI) or an equivalent institution approved by the Provost. Upon successful completion of the prescribed terms of study in the ELI English for Academic Purposes Program (or pre-approved, equivalent alternative), the student will proceed directly into the graduate degree program.
Normally, a student must achieve a 75% overall assessment at the 600 level of the UBC ELI English for Academic Purposes Program (or equivalent assessment level in another approved program) to meet the terms of the Conditional Admission Program. A student who completes an approved English Language training program, but does not achieve the required assessment level has the option of taking an approved English Language Proficiency examination (e.g. TOEFL). If the student achieves the minimum score required by the admitting graduate program, they may proceed directly into the graduate program.
The Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies establishes the minimum admission requirements common to all applicants, usually a minimum overall average in the B+ range (76% at UBC).
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