Bachelor of Design in Architecture
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Contextual Studies, Individual Project, Techniques & Processes, 3D Practices, Computer Aided Design (CAD), Architectural History and Theory: Orientations, Spatial Communications 1, Architectural Studio, Architectural History and Theory: Modernity and Modernism, Introduction to Construction and Structural Synthesis, Architectural History and Theory: Urbanism and the City, Architectural Design and Construction, Architectural History and Theory: Critique, Thermal Design and Environmental Control, Lighting, Acoustics and Advanced Environmental Control, Architectural History and Theory: Current Events and DebatesEnquire Now
After UTS, we also provide two year work visa.
KCIC (First Year)
Year 1 – Level 4 – Certificate
UTS (Final 3 Year)
Year 2 – Bachelors in UTS
Year 3 – Bachelors in UTS
Year 4 – Bachelors in UTS
NSW Architects Registration Board, the Australian Institute of Architects and the Commonwealth Association of Architects.
Post Study Work Visa for Two Years
Your career in Architectural Design
UTS ranks 67th for employability ranking outscoring all Indian institutions including the IIT’s. Australia offers up to 4 years post study work visas.
UTS takes a hands-on approach to digital design and fabrication: students learn the software, material and model-making skills required to translate thought into form, right from the start. They have the opportunity to work on real-life projects and engage with stakeholders such as the Powerhouse Museum, ABC, Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority (SHFA), and Sydney Olympic Park Authority.Download Brochure
What you will study
Through the Bachelor of Design in Architecture, students learn what it means to be an architect in a globalised world. This is achieved with a focus on how the profession can shape global cities through complex spatial thinking.
The first step is to deprogram preconceived ideas of architecture. Such an approach lays the foundations for creative spatial and material awareness, pushing the boundaries of traditional architectural practice.
Best-in-class content by leading faculty and industry leaders in the form of videos, case studies and projectsDownload
Industry Focused Program
UTS Architecture is a young and vibrant architectural school, working from one of Australia’s newest, leading-edge campuses. Its staff are actively engaged in the industry as practitioners and commentators, while its 24-hour studios are always abuzz with students who live and breathe architecture.
Beyond the classroom, UTS offers mentorship opportunities to help you establish valuable professional connections. UTS course is developed and reviewed in consultation with leading industry practitioners ensuring your learning is relevant to the changing needs of your profession, additionally gives you several professional exemptions.
The Bachelor of Design in Architecture followed by the Master of Architecture is accredited for professional recognition by the NSW Architects Registration Board, the Australian Institute of Architects and the Commonwealth Association of Architects.
UTS ranked 9th in Australia at 133 (up from 140) in the QS World University Rankings 2021. UTS also ranked 11th in the world and 1st in Australia in the QS Top 50 under 50 in the QS GLOBAL index of newer universities – those less than 50 years old.
We create engaging student learning experiences!
Curriculum integrates creativity, innovation and technology — to create inspiring learning experiences for students
Promote innovation in learning — empowering teaching staff to integrate the best of online and face-to-face experience
Enable students to engage with new ideas online before class — so that they can benefit from active and collaborative experiences in innovative learning spaces on campus
Implemented evidence-based good practice in teaching and learning — promoting interactive, engaging and personal learning experiences for our students
Collaborative work-integrated learning, internships and transdisciplinary learning outcomes, along with authentic assessments — to give our students the skills needed to succeed in the workplace
University of Technology Sydney
You’ll receive Bachelor of Design in Architecture from University of Technology Sydney, Sydney, Australia upon successful completion of the program in Australia. This degree is accredited by by the NSW Architects Registration Board, the Australian Institute of Architects and the Commonwealth Association of Architects.
Industry Projects and Case Studies
Learn through real-life industry projects sponsored by top companies across industries.
- 16+ Real world Case study
- Practical & Assignment based assessments
- Work integrated learning with Industry partners
- First year of the program is designed and developed Pearson, UK
- Get mentored by Industry professionals
Case Study – Burj Al Arab
The building is built on sand, which is unusual as most tall buildings are founded on rock. The Burj al Arab is supported on 250, 1.5M diameter columns that go 45 meters under the sea. As there is only sand to hold the building up the columns rely on friction.
The KCIC Advantage
University Packaged | Credit transfer
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What's Included in the Fees
- Study/aquire 96 credit UTS points in KCIC
- Pearson BTEC L5 award (Architectural Design) – 240 credits
- Year 2 transfer paperwork & Assistance
- Visa & housing support to Sydney
- Bank loan guidance & assistance
- Exam fess
- eBooks & Studio charges
- Portal access to LMS
Learn from India’s top Architectural Design faculty and industry leaders
Prof. Joanne Tipper
Head Of School, Biomedical Engineering
Prof. Jie Lu
Laureate Fellow Faculty of Engineering & Information Technology
Prof. Francesca Lacopi
School of Electrical and Data Engineering
Very content with my learning at KCIC, learning two years of my international program here has reduced the cost of study abroad by 60%, and I am excited about my international career.
KCIC offers a different learning environment, unconventional educational methods, with opportunities combined with industrial visits, workshops, and other things, to compete at international level.
I was studying Aeronautical in a traditional college, hearing Cornerstone I shifted from Bangalore and joined here. The foundation year started with direct aerospace units, unlike other colleges.
Frequently Asked Questions
First, two years at Chennai campus is limited to 20-25 students per class. Every year we plan to recruit 250 to 300 students across all departments giving them the assured transfer to Melbourne campus. However, the final years at the Melbourne campus gives you the multicultural environment with 81,000 students studying across the RMIT.
Kings Cornerstone will provide fundamental tools and equipment required for the first two years. The first two years at Kings Cornerstone is a solid foundation to advanced learning at RMIT Melbourne. Since the final years are planned in Melbourne, the facilities provided to students are world-class. They access the same materials, tools, technology what is currently used in the industry.
Take a virtual tour to RMIT manufacturing facility that you have access during the final years at Melbourne. Check out ‘This is Engineering at RMIT’, ‘EMBER – an engineering innovation’ RMIT’s New Academic Street and Telstra Challenge Projects at RMIT.
Most students enrol in our programs seeking a continuing career in their preferred field. The return on investment is very high if you chose to work in Melbourne, London, Toronto and Dublin when compared to the salaries paid in India. So, we recommend students seeking global career to enrol. If you are looking to return to India or seeking local placements or local jobs, then you don’t need to study at Kings Cornerstone or take study abroad route, there are plenty on good local institutions in India who can help.
We are looking for a passionate learner willing to study realistically, apply reasoning and ability to learn by doing, but not someone who can memorise and write the whole book without practised knowledge. Hence, your higher secondary results do not make any weight in the selection process, except for your functional abilities. Your entry to our programs depends on your statement of purpose and a personal interview with the academic board but not your higher secondary marks. So plan well for your admission interview and rationalising SOP.