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In summary, the review intends to:

more fully acknowledge the interdependence of practice and education

emphasise the multi-faceted profile of the profession with qualifications reflecting knowledge, abilities, skills and experience

support the diversity that already exists and obtain acceptance for a broader base for architectural education

establish the current Part 2 as postgraduate in level and outcomes

develop the current Part 3 into a more rigorous entry into the profession

encourage the recognition of experienced/senior/mature status with an additional qualification layer

establish one point of registration at Part 3 level, with certificates of achievement for the other levels

retain five years of funded full-time academic study as the typical structure for architectural education, accepting varied configurations

help implement and improve a validation process which will be readily acceptable to all parties

support an ongoing review of research, curricula, teaching and learning and multi-disciplinary culture

recognise and support the increasing globalisation of the architectural profession and of higher education.

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