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I am considering doing an architecture degree at uni next year but have a few questions about it:

Can I do architecture without having an a level in maths or physics?

Do I need to be passionate and have knowledge of famous architects or architecture designs?

Is it a lot of work load compared to other uni courses?

If I did complete the degree would I have to become an architect or can the degree lead to other job opportunities?
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1. Yes
2. Passionate yes, knowledgeable no (but it doesn’t hurt)
3. Yes
4. You can either carry on training for architecture or you can go into any graduate entry scheme or you could go into a related creative or design based career.
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thanks that’s really helpful to know!
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