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Bartlett named best architecture school - again

The Bartlett has come top of The Guardian’s annual league table of architecture schools

Based at University College London, the school has now headed the newspaper’s league for three years in a row. Last month the Bartlett also came top of this year’s AJ100 poll of the best architecture school.

The University of Greenwich props up the bottom of the league, despite attracting a number of Bartlett staff back in 2011 including its ex-professor and vice dean Neil Spiller.

The top ten list remains largely the same as last year, with just two schools, Liverpool and Northumbria, dropping out, to be replaced by Oxford Brookes and Manchester School of Architecture.

The University of East London, which was bottom of the league last year has moved up just one place.

Top ten UK architecture schools

  1. Bartlett, University College London
  2. Welsh School of Architecture, Cardiff
  3. University of Bath
  4. University of Cambridge
  5. Newcastle University
  6. Kent School of Architecture
  7. Oxford Brookes
  8. Manchester School of Architecture
  9. Sheffield School of Architecture
  10. Edinburgh School of Architecture

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