GLM is thrilled to announce that Kristi Greer and Gordon Brown, Part II Architectural Assistants with GLM, have passed their Examination in Professional Practice and Management for Architecture (Part 3 Examination) and are now fully qualified architects.
For Kristi and Gordon, passing this exam marks the end of a long and demanding road towards qualifying as an architect in the UK. It takes two degrees, five years of university and a minimum two years of practical experience working under a qualified architect before prospective architects are ready to take their Part 3 Exam. Chartered status seekers must write an in depth case study, take a written examination and then final oral examination. No doubt, becoming an architect in the UK is a massive commitment that requires a great deal of focus and drive.
Kristi and Gordon join a growing list of trainees presented by GLM for professional assessment who have passed at the first attempt, maintaining our 100% pass record!