Undergraduate Entry Requirements
The Sheffield School of Architecture is widely renowned as an excellent place to begin your architectural education. We attract a high number of applicants for our undergraduate programmes each year. Here you will find all the information you need about our entry requirements for each course. You can find guidance on the application process and how you can strengthen your chance of selection on our applying pages.
|Course||Academic qualifications||Additional requirements||English language requirements (if English is not your first language)
|BA Architecture (RIBA Part 1)
BA Architecture and Landscape (RIBA and LI Part 1)
|A-level: AAA or an equivalent qualification
GCSE: Maths and English, Grade C or above
|Art and Design Portfolio||IELTS with a score of 6.5 (with no component less than 6.0) or an equivalent qualification|
|MEng Structural Engineering and Architecture (RIBA Part 1, IStructE and ICE)||The Department of Civil and Structural Engineering hosts the MEng Structural Engineering and Architecture. You can find out more about the entry requirements and how to apply from the online prospectus.|
Although the majority of applicants continue to come through an A-level route, we accept many other qualifications to an equivalent level from within the UK and around the world.
Equivalent requirements (to AAA at A Level) in some common qualifications are as follows:
We DO NOT currently accept the following alternative qualifications: Advanced Apprenticeships; Certificate of Personal Effectiveness (CoPE); Irish FETAC level 5/6.
We consider each application on its own merit. Mature students (aged 21 or over) should demonstrate that their skills, qualifications, experience and potential are relevant for study at degree level. We normally expect mature applicants to have achieved level 3 qualifications as described in the National Qualifications Framework. If you have been away from education for a long time we recommend that you gain some recent academic experience and you may find an Access to Education or Foundation programme beneficial. We normally invite mature applicants to interview. We suggest that you contact us directly to discuss your individual situation. You can read more about the ways in which The University of Sheffield encourages and supports mature students.
Please visit the Guidance on Applying pages for further information about: