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Department of Architecture


For students that have never studied at Cambridge University:


For students that were a student at Cambridge University for their Part 1 but have now gone on to study elsewhere for their Part 2 or Part 3:


A note for those that are thinking about applying to our Part 3 course: 

The Part 3 course assumes you will have your Post-Part 1 experience PEDRs up to date before starting the course. Candidates who have an up-to-date PEDR are certainly at an advantage in terms of assessing their application. 

Once accepted on the course you will be assigned a Part 3 PSA to cover the 12 months of Post-Part 2 experience completed during length of the course (Where relevant there is also an opportunity to bring any additional PEDR up to date). The Part 3 PSA fee is included in your Part 3 course fee.

If you are imminently about to apply for Part 3 course, we would recommend that you clarify your particular PEDR requirements with the Course Director at interview. 

The RIBA does have a monitoring service for students without a PSA -