Ranked top in Scotland in the Guardian University Guide, The Scott Sutherland School of Architecture & Built Environment in Aberdeen boasts state-of-the-art facilities in a brand new purpose-built building.

To be valued by society, better buildings and physical environments must be genuinely better places in which to live, work or play. We see it as our social responsibility to design and build stimulating, sustainable and well-considered structures and spaces that reflect society's aspirations.

Take a look around the  school and watch a video showing some of our new facilities.

Why Study Architecture, Construction & Surveying Here?

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We are passionate about keeping courses relevant to big issues such as the environment and sustainability.

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Our award winning staff that have an excellent record of training industry ready graduates.

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Our purpose built facility boasts a number of facilities to give you the best learning experience.

“The course is first-rate and well exceeded my original expectations. The lecturers are so passionate about the subjects they teach and the mixture of formal lectures, tutorials, laboratories and practical work gives a great deal of variation.”

Aileen Beverly Surveying BSc (Hons)


Careers

Whether your degree is in architecture, construction or surveying, you will be highly sought-after once you have completed your studies.

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Careers in Architecture

Explore careers in architecture

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Careers in Surveying

Surveyors provide professional advice on building projects

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Careers in Construction

There are a range of career options for in the Construction industry.

  1. 23, November, 2018 RGU student’s communal garden officially opened by Housing Minister

    Lina Khairy

    A communal garden on the site of the old Craiginches Prison designed by a student from RGU’s Scott Sutherland School of Architecture and Built Environment has been officially opened by the Scottish Housing Minister, Kevin Stewart MSP.  

  2. 15, November, 2018 Deeside railway line reimagined by RGU architecture students

    Deeside Railway model

    Students from RGU's Scott Sutherland School of Architecture and Built Environment have designed a series of inspiring structures which could help breathe new life into the old Deeside Railway Line.  

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