If you’re thinking of studying architecture and unsure of which university is for you, the QS World University Rankings by Subject can help. Our ranking of the world’s top architecture schools has been extended this year to now feature 200 institutions around the world, so read on for an overview of the top …

Discover the top architecture schools in 2018 in each world region, based on the QS World University Rankings by Subject.

At first glance, RECORD’s 2017 rankings of America’s top architecture schools do not differ dramatically from last year’s. In fact, eight of the top 10 in both undergraduate and graduate categories appeared on the 2016 list. Cornell has once again taken the No. 1 position for undergraduate architecture …

Global higher education analysis firm Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) has released in 2017 rankings of the world’s top universities for the study of Architecture & Built Environment. This year, for the seventh edition of the survey, QS has expanded the ranking to list the world’s top 200 schools, including …

Architecture Graduate School Rankings. Architects are designers of buildings and other structures. These professionals are required to have at least bachelor’s degrees in architecture for licensure; however, many schools offer graduate professional programs which are becoming the industry standard. Show Me Schools.

The schools offering graduate programs in architecture achieved an average student score of 80.36 across categories including quality of education, student diversity, and earning potential, among others. The number one ranked program is offered at the University of Michigan – Ann Arbor’s Taubman College of Architecture …

Read on to see the top ten undergraduate and graduate programs in the United States. For more information on the methodology, in-depth information on the ranked schools, and additional lists (such as rankings on schools’ focus areas like communication, engineering, and design technologies), check out …

Find the best architecture program for you based on tuition, rankings, enrollment, specializations, requirements, demographics, and more.