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    Hi,

    I graduated last year from a scottish university with a Bachelor of Science in Architecture (with exemption from RIBA/ARB part 1) after 3 years of study. I'm on my placement year and currently looking at applying to stratchclyde for my part 2; it states on their website they require a First or second-class Honours degree.

    As I understand, my BSc is equivalent to a second class honours, but it isn't considered an honours degree as an honours in Scotland requires 4 years of study. All the other Scottish unis i've looked at for part 2 request ARB/RIBA Part 1 Qualification or equivalent degree in Architecture.

    Do I meet the entry requirements for Strathclyde? previous students from my school who graduated with the 3 year BSc went on to study their Masters at Stratchclyde so I'm assuming I should be ok to apply?
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    Why don't you ring or email them?
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    well i gained 360 credits which is the norm for an honours degree. Already bombarded them with emails this week, guess one more won't hurt
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    You'll find you get answers quicker in life by ringing people
 
 
 
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