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AJ Fees Survey 2017: How much are you charging?

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Chris- I'm not sure universities producing too many graduates is the major reason for the increase in the number of young architects. The last published figures from ARB for 2015 show 2,279 new registrations of architects with 1072 being European admissions using the freedom of movement provided under the European Union Professional Qualification Directive. This represents 47% of the registrations and has grown quite considerably in the past few years. I would be interested to know what will happen to ARB and how it might work once the UK is no longer part of the EU and especially if all current registrations will stand.

Posted date

26 May, 2017

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1:59 pm

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