One of the most important roles of architectural intervention is to enhance the quality of life of those whom it touches. We deal in the invention of new, hitherto unimagined environments, the resuscitation of existing buildings and urban settlements, and the careful enhancement of our towns, cities, rural environments and landscapes. Kent teaches two architecture degree programmes: This programme, Architecture BA (Hons), gives exemption from the Part 1 examinations required by the Architects Registration Board (ARB) and the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA). The programme offers multidisciplinary learning experiences, studying areas such as regeneration and sustainability, landscape, community and the quality of urban life, which equips our students with the skills they need to practise in the profession. On the Architecture BA, you have the opportunity to study abroad for a term in Stage 2. In addition, field study tours are an embedded part of the programme.