Qualified in the UK
Qualified in another EU member state
Qualified somewhere else
 

UK Qualification Routes with ARB.

Use the route finder to help you determine which route is applicable to your circumstances. By selecting the relevant option at the top of the route finder, you will then be shown the route options open to you. The route options will appear highlighted, once you run your cursor over each of the routes that are not greyed out, you can select the route that describes your situation. By selecting the applicable route you will then be directed to the appropriate area of the Board's website where you can view more detailed information and make an application.

UK Qualified Route

Use this route if you have obtained recognised Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 qualifications from UK school/s of architecture.

(*You will need copies of Part 1, Part 2 and Part3 qualifications to hand as you proceed through the process.)

Please note that if your Part 3 was obtained more than two years ago, you will be asked for additional evidence to demonstrate competence to practice as you proceed through the application process.

UK With Equivalence Route

Use this route if you have obtained a listed EU qualification (listed in Annex V or VI of Directive 2005/36/EC)and have subsequently completed a UK Part 3 qualification rather than qualifying in your home state.

(*You will need copies of your EU qualification, your competent authority statement and your Part 3 qualification to hand as you proceed through the application process.)

EU automatic recognition Route / EU / EEA Nationals

Use this route if you have obtained a listed EU qualification (listed in Annex V or VI of Directive 2005/36/EC) together with accompanying/membership certificates where necessary, and have obtained access to the profession of architect in the member state in which the listed qualification was obtained.

(*You will need copies of your EU qualification, competent authority statement and relevant secondary certificates to hand as you proceed through the application process.)

Prescribed Examination Route

Use this route if you qualified overseas or were awarded an unrecognised qualification and have obtained Part 1 and/or Part 2 equivalence through ARB's Prescribed Examination, and secured additional qualification/s in the UK up to and including Part 3 level.

(*You will need copies of your ARB result letters to hand as you proceed through the application process.)

Overseas Qualified (excluding EU countries)

If you have obtained qualifications overseas but have not yet applied to have your qualifications recognised through ARB's Prescribed Examination, you will not be eligible to Register.

Click to continue to more information about the Prescribed Examination.

EU General System / EU / EEA Nationals

Use this route if you have obtained an EU qualification in architecture which has national recognition but not listed in Annex V or VI of Directive 2005/36/EC and have access to the profession of architect in the member state in which the qualification was obtained.

This route will also apply if your qualification and access to the profession have been obtained in different member states or a third country. Please email us for advice specific to your circumstances info@arb.org.uk
 

EU Qualification Routes with ARB.

Use the route finder to help you determine which route is applicable to your circumstances. By selecting the relevant option at the top of the route finder, you will then be shown the route options open to you. The route options will appear highlighted, once you run your cursor over each of the routes that are not greyed out, you can select the route that describes your situation. By selecting the applicable route you will then be directed to the appropriate area of the Board's website where you can view more detailed information and make an application.

UK Qualified Route

Use this route if you have obtained recognised Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 qualifications from UK school/s of architecture.

(*You will need copies of Part 1, Part 2 and Part3 qualifications to hand as you proceed through the process.)

Please note that if your Part 3 was obtained more than two years ago, you will be asked for additional evidence to demonstrate competence to practice as you proceed through the application process.

UK With Equivalence Route

Use this route if you have obtained a listed EU qualification (listed in Annex V or VI of Directive 2005/36/EC)and have subsequently completed a UK Part 3 qualification rather than qualifying in your home state.

(*You will need copies of your EU qualification, your competent authority statement and your Part 3 qualification to hand as you proceed through the application process.)

EU Automatic Recognition Route / EU / EEA Nationals

Use this route if you have obtained a listed EU qualification (listed in Annex V or VI of Directive 2005/36/EC) together with accompanying/membership certificates where necessary, and have obtained access to the profession of architect in the member state in which the listed qualification was obtained.

(*You will need copies of your EU qualification, competent authority statement and relevant secondary certificates to hand as you proceed through the application process.)

Prescribed Examination Route

Use this route if you qualified overseas or were awarded an unrecognised qualification and have obtained Part 1 and/or Part 2 equivalence through ARB's Prescribed Examination, and secured additional qualification/s in the UK up to and including Part 3 level.

(*You will need copies of your ARB result letters to hand as you proceed through the application process.)

Overseas Qualified (excluding EU countries)

If you have obtained qualifications overseas but have not yet applied to have your qualifications recognised through ARB's Prescribed Examination, you will not be eligible to Register.

Click to continue to more information about the Prescribed Examination.

EU General System / EU / EEA Nationals

Use this route if you have obtained an EU qualification in architecture which has national recognition but not listed in Annex V or VI of Directive 2005/36/EC and have access to the profession of architect in the member state in which the qualification was obtained.

This route will also apply if your qualification and access to the profession have been obtained in different member states or a third country. Please email us for advice specific to your circumstances info@arb.org.uk
 

Any Other Qualification Routes with ARB.

Use the route finder to help you determine which route is applicable to your circumstances. By selecting the relevant option at the top of the route finder, you will then be shown the route options open to you. The route options will appear highlighted, once you run your cursor over each of the routes that are not greyed out, you can select the route that describes your situation. By selecting the applicable route you will then be directed to the appropriate area of the Board's website where you can view more detailed information and make an application.

UK Qualified Route

Use this route if you have obtained recognised Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 qualifications from UK school/s of architecture.

(*You will need copies of Part 1, Part 2 and Part3 qualifications to hand as you proceed through the process.)

Please note that if your Part 3 was obtained more than two years ago, you will be asked for additional evidence to demonstrate competence to practice as you proceed through the application process.

UK With Equivalence Route

Use this route if you have obtained a listed EU qualification (listed in Annex V or VI of Directive 2005/36/EC)and have subsequently completed a UK Part 3 qualification rather than qualifying in your home state.

(*You will need copies of your EU qualification, your competent authority statement and your Part 3 qualification to hand as you proceed through the application process.)

EU Automatic Recognition Route / EU / EEA Nationals

Use this route if you have obtained a listed EU qualification (listed in Annex V or VI of Directive 2005/36/EC) together with accompanying/membership certificates where necessary, and have obtained access to the profession of architect in the member state in which the listed qualification was obtained.

(*You will need copies of your EU qualification, competent authority statement and relevant secondary certificates to hand as you proceed through the application process.)

Prescribed Examination Route

Use this route if you qualified overseas or were awarded an unrecognised qualification and have obtained Part 1 and/or Part 2 equivalence through ARB's Prescribed Examination, and secured additional qualification/s in the UK up to and including Part 3 level.

(*You will need copies of your ARB result letters to hand as you proceed through the application process.)

Overseas Qualified (excluding EU countries)

If you have obtained qualifications overseas but have not yet applied to have your qualifications recognised through ARB's Prescribed Examination, you will not be eligible to Register.

Click to continue to more information about the Prescribed Examination.

EU General System / EU / EEA Nationals

Use this route if you have obtained an EU qualification in architecture which has national recognition but not listed in Annex V or VI of Directive 2005/36/EC and have access to the profession of architect in the member state in which the qualification was obtained.

This route will also apply if your qualification and access to the profession have been obtained in different member states or a third country. Please email us for advice specific to your circumstances info@arb.org.uk