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    When doing RIBA parts 1, 2 and 3 to become an architect I've read that there are several years of practical experience you do, I was just wondering if you still have to pay the uni course fees whilst you're doing this experience? Thanks for any responses!
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    (Original post by Ethron)
    When doing RIBA parts 1, 2 and 3 to become an architect I've read that there are several years of practical experience you do, I was just wondering if you still have to pay the uni course fees whilst you're doing this experience? Thanks for any responses!
    You'd only pay fees for the 3 years of your BA/BArch and 2 years of MArch - not for any placement/practice years
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    You'd only pay fees for the 3 years of your BA/BArch and 2 years of MArch - not for any placement/practice years
    Ah that's super helpful, thank you! I'd be worried if I had to pay 7 years of fees for university
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    PQ is right except you also pay a fee to have your PEDRs signed (usually a few hundred quid a year) and you also have to pay (or you employer does in some cases) for the Part III course.
 
 
 
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