You are required to meet the minimum academic and reference requirements outlined below for your desired programme.
Overseas applicants must also meet the English language qualifications requirements outlined below.
The AA has been reviewed annually by the QAA since 2012 in order to maintain Tier 4 Sponsor status with the Home Office / UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI).
In its 2016 Higher Education Review (Alternative Providers) carried out by the QAA, the AA was found to meet UK expectations in all four assessment areas.
The AA reserves the right to make a place in the school conditional on gaining a further English language qualification if deemed necessary.
To meet both the AA and the Home Office/UKVI English language requirements you will need to have one of the acceptable language qualifications listed below, unless you are from one of the following groups: Please note: In order to assess the equivalency of an overseas qualification, you must provide official documentation produced by UK NARIC which confirms your international academic qualification is comparable to a UK Bachelor or Masters’ degree.The 2017 annual monitoring confirmed that the School has continued to make progress.Architectural Association is approved by The Open University as an appropriate organisation to offer higher education programmes leading to Open University validated awards.If you wish to apply to the AA Graduate Programmes please follow the steps below which will guide you through the process.Please be aware that the first application deadline for the 2019/20 academic year intake is November 2018.Please be aware that in order to be eligible to apply for a bursary, 2019/20 applicants who require an English language examination must have booked and passed one of the approved examinations listed above by 25 January 2019.All other applicants must submit their English language examination results by Friday for the 2019/20 academic year, prior to entry in Term 1.Students shall have no claim against the AA in respect of any alteration made to the course.All applicants must be able to provide evidence of competency in both spoken and written English.In order for international qualifications to be eligible for an English Language Assessment, the degree must have been fully taught in English.Please visit the UK NARIC website and complete all the sections of the Visas and Nationality portal.