Qualifications are accredited and prescribed by national authorities.
While there is a common minimum standard in the EU individual Member States have their own standards and requirements above and beyond this.
To apply for an evaluation of your Non-Irish qualification in architecture please click here.
Alternatively, you may consider RIAI Architectural Graduate membership.
Some schools of architecture require you to submit a portfolio; others don’t.In Ireland programmes in architecture are accredited by the RIAI and recommended to the Minister for Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government for ‘prescription’, which means legal recognition as a qualification in architecture. final award, this awarded is accredited by the RIAI and has been recommended to the Minister for prescription. While it is possible to move between awards, for example after the third year, this will be dependent on the college you move to confirming that your final award will meet the requirements for a prescribed qualification in architecture.The only programmes recognised in the Republic of Ireland are: University College Dublin, B. School of Architecture, University College Dublin, Richview, Clonskeagh, Dublin 14. This degree is accredited by the RIAI and prescribed in Irish law. While it is possible to move between States, extreme caution is advised.You may consider studying Architecture in another EU State.Architecture Qualifications currently recognised by the EU are listed in the Directive 2005/36/EC on the Recognition of Professional Qualifications