The table below shows information on individuals applying through this process. Successful individuals all held qualifications that fell within scope of our eligibility requirements for the Prescribed Examination.
Prescribed Examinations Route Data
|Numbers of architects entering Register via Prescribed Examination route||Part 1 Prescribed Examination Pass||Part 1 Prescribed Examination Fail||Part 2 Prescribed Examination Pass||Part 2 Prescribed Examination Fail|
In addition to passing the Prescribed Examinations, to be eligible to register, applicants are also required to complete an ARB-accredited Part 3 qualification, which includes a period of practical experience. Applicants who have passed the Prescribed Examinations may therefore meet the requirements for registration in a year different to that during which they passed the Prescribed Examination.
International MRA Route Data
This table sets out the total number of applications received through our International MRA route to registration, the UK Adaptation Assessment, and the number that were successful, leading to entry to the UK Register.
To enter the UK Register under the NCARB MRA, applicants need to have secured qualifications and other requirements as set out within the scope of the MRA and will additionally need to pass ARB’s UK Adaptation Assessment.
To enter the UK Register under the AACA & NZRAB MRA, applicants need to have secured qualifications and other requirements as set out within the scope of the MRA and will additionally need to pass ARB’s UK Adaptation Assessment.
NCARB & ARB MRA
Note: the NCARB & ARB MRA became operational from 25 April 2023
AACA, NZRAB & ARB MRA
Note: the AACA, NZRAB & ARB MRA became operational from 25 May 2023
This information is correct as of 3 November 2023. If you would like any further information about this data, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org