From bars and restaurants, to yacht design, to disaster relief and refuge, our students work on a huge variety of projects.
Looking to start in 2018? This course is still open for applications. You can make your application through UCAS.
What you'll study
This course will offer you the skills, knowledge and work experience you need to become a leader in one of the most dynamic, creative, economically valuable and diverse areas of design. You’ll have the chance to work with real clients on real design projects in a studio-based and professionally-focused learning environment.
You can download the full programme specification here.
Studying at AUB
What students are doing
Looking for inspiration? Browse our gallery of student work and take a look at some of the projects that current students have been working on.
Studios and Resources
As a student on the course, you’ll work across our studio and computer spaces.
Design work, tutorials and critiques take place in a dynamic and creative atmosphere using the latest in digital and audio-visual equipment.
Staff on the course
Our team are specialists in their fields. You can read more about their experience by browsing their staff profiles below.
BA (Hons) Architecture; MArch (Manchester); RIBA
Having graduated from Manchester University School of Architecture, Russell has held Chartered status with the Royal Institute of British Architects since 1998.Russell has worked in practice across the UK, Asia and Australasia on a diverse range of projects from leisure, commercial and retail to educational, correctional and residential for large practices such as OPUS Architecture and DP Architects of Singapore. A large proportion of his work has concentrated on urban regeneration and renewal...Full profile
What Graduates are doing
The ‘interiors’ sector is the fastest growing sector of design in the UK economy. The breadth of areas covered on the course enable graduates to have a wide variety of career opportunities open to them such as: architecture, interior architecture, interior design, set and stage design, point of sale display and exhibition design.
The Applicant Day
We’ll use the information in your UCAS application to make a decision on your application, including your personal statement and your qualifications. If you meet our entry requirements, we’ll make an offer and invite you to attend one of our Applicant Days. These give you the opportunity to find out more about the course, meet staff and have a tour of the AUB campus.