Post Part 2 Professional Experience Support
If you are considering presenting yourself for the Examination in Professional Practice and Management (Part 3 Examination) and have graduated from a Part 2-level degree, we advise that you register for Post Part 2 Professional Experience Support as soon as you find employment.
Please note that the Part 3 Examination in Scotland is administered and conducted by APEAS Ltd (the Architects’ Professional Examinations Authority Scotland Limited). Further information is available on the APEAS website under Related Links.
Before you can sit the examination you must have a minimum of 24 months experience logged, including a minimum of 12 months working in the EEA, Channel Islands or the Isle of Man, under the direct supervision of an architect.
Post Part 2 Support registration
We are pleased to accept suitably qualified people for our Post Part 2 Support towards the Examination in Professional Practice and Management (ARB/RIBA Part 3).
You may register for log book support even if you subsequently register with a different UK school for a Part 3 course.
Once your registration fee and forms have been received, your details will be added to our database and you will be entitled to have four RIBA Professional Experience and Development Records (PEDRs) signed. Registration with the University for Part 2 support entitles you to visitor status including access to the University’s libraries, a swipe card for the School and access to the online course for Updates in Architectural Management. Please note you are not a fully matriculated University of Edinburgh student.
The fee also covers advice on your Part 3 case study synopsis if you choose to site the RIBA/ARB Examination in Professional Practice and Management in Architecture (also called the Part 3 Examination). This Post Part 2 support is normally provided for one year from the date of registration and can be renewed on an annual or pro rata basis.
Please note that the Part 3 Examination in Scotland is administered and conducted by APEAS Ltd (the Architects’ Professional Examinations Authority Scotland Limited) and further information can be found on the APEAS website under Related Links.