Course info

The PhD Programme at the AA is a full-time, three-year course that aims to train scholars and researchers in the fields of architectural history and theory, urban studies and technology. Its ambition is to learn from architectural knowledge and its history in order to understand the built environment at large. As Walter Benjamin noted, the great advantage of architectural knowledge is that it constitutes the possibility of pursuing a material history of the world. Architectural knowledge is ... READ MORE

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Start date and duration

Start date
SEP
Full Time
3 years

Entry requirements

Details
The PhD programme accepts applications from graduates in architecture and other related disciplines a MA or MSc level, or an equivalent postgraduate qualification in a proposed area of research.

Tuition fees

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£26,896 per year

More info: This fee level is fixed for three consecutive years of study (2021-2024). Students who do not undertake the first three years consecutively will revert to the tuition fee rate for that academic year. In the fourth consecutive year of study, students will pay a nominal fee equal to one term at the tuition fee rate for the 2024-25 academic year. Students who do not complete their PhD within four years will revert to the full tuition fee rate for that academic year..

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£26,896 per year

More info: This fee level is fixed for three consecutive years of study (2021-2024). Students who do not undertake the first three years consecutively will revert to the tuition fee rate for that academic year. In the fourth consecutive year of study, students will pay a nominal fee equal to one term at the tuition fee rate for the 2024-25 academic year. Students who do not complete their PhD within four years will revert to the full tuition fee rate for that academic year..

Students from EU EU Students
£26,896 per year

More info: This fee level is fixed for three consecutive years of study (2021-2024). Students who do not undertake the first three years consecutively will revert to the tuition fee rate for that academic year. In the fourth consecutive year of study, students will pay a nominal fee equal to one term at the tuition fee rate for the 2024-25 academic year. Students who do not complete their PhD within four years will revert to the full tuition fee rate for that academic year..

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Where you'll study

Architectural Association School Of Architecture

36 Bedford Square Camden London
Greater London
WC1B 3ES United Kingdom Nearest tube station: Goodge Street  0.1 miles away Nearest train station: Charing Cross   0.5 miles away

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