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    Hi, I have just finished a ba in architecture. I am now working in a practice and it is so different from uni and I love it. Is there a way to become a fully qualified architect without going back next year and doing the masters degree? Some kind of learn on the job thing?
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    If you want to find out more about the opportunity to become accredited via learning on the job at your current workplace, your first port of call should be your current workplace
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    Do you mean your 'Part 2'?

    How about something like this?

    http://gse.cat.org.uk/professional-d...n-architecture

    I was on a parallel course and everyone on the 'ProfDip ' Part 2' course loved it. Most were working and their employers were giving them the study time in between working.
 
 
 
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