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Bartlett validation: an apology

The AJ would like to apologise for publishing a misleading article about the report made by the ARB/RIBA joint visiting board after a visit to the Bartlett in February. The AJ understands that the board's concern was not over the content or teaching of the diploma course, but over aspects of monitoring.The Bartlett has responded to these concerns and is confident that it can demonstrate how its internal arrangements address any qualms the board may have had over the more practical aspects of the course.The board confirmed that it 'gained an impression of a vibrant lively School not only producing some of the best architectural graduates in the country, but also with an excellent reputation internationally.' The Part 1 and Part 3 courses were validated unconditionally.

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