Join the UK's largest Architecture student society Manchester Student Society of Architecture (MSSA) is the largest of its kind in the UK, giving you the opportunity to build valuable relationships with other architects, attend guest talks and enjoy plenty of social activities throughout the year.BA1 focused on the complex and unique relationships between people, site and space.Tip: it’s best to take this figure with a pinch of salt when looking at it for all graduates at this university.
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Develop your approach to architecture with one of the highest rated BA (Hons) courses in the UK.
Benefit from the facilities of two universities Architecture sits within the Manchester School of Architecture (MSA) - a unique collaboration between The University of Manchester and Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU).
This allows you to use the workshops and studios, study spaces and students' unions across both campuses.
Project-based learning is the basis of architecture education, and the studio is where this learning takes place.
From the very start you will be involved in a variety of projects.
Manchester is a showcase for recent regeneration and historic context, much of which has been designed with the involvement of our current students and graduates.
The city recognises the value of high-quality design, together with innovative and pragmatic approaches to resolving practical issues.
We're two thirds of the way through a £350 million building programme including a new students' union planned for 2014.
We asked more than 11,000 undergraduates to say how far they would describe their uni as having the following characteristics.