Kent School of Architecture and Planning wins full five-year unconditional professional validation

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Visiting Board reviewed the BA (Hons) Architecture and MArch courses at Kent School of Architecture and Planning last week, and concluded its validation on Friday 21st June. The RIBA validates architectural education in the UK, and worldwide, and its seal of approval is an important marker for the quality of any institution’s provision of architectural education.

I am delighted to report that the RIBA Visiting Board recommended a full five-year unconditional validation for our Part 1, BA (Hons) Architecture and Part 2, MArch, programmes. This is the best possible outcome, and an endorsement of the quality of our offer at Kent. We look forward to welcoming new entrants to our validated programmes in September, and success to all our continuing students.

Professor Gerry Adler
Head of School