In 2016 we renewed prescription of 21 qualifications from nine institutions.
In 2016 we granted prescription for the first time of four qualifications from four institutions.
In 2016 the turnaround time for applications for the renewal of prescription was an average of 25 weeks.
In 2015, the average time taken to process an application for the renewal of prescription was 23 weeks.
In 2016 we received and processed 46 annual monitoring submissions involving 120 qualifications.
In 2016 the average time taken to process an annual monitoring submission was four and a half weeks.
In 2016, 12 planning meetings took place at institutions seeking to renew or apply for prescription.
In 2016 53 presentations were delivered to students of architecture.
37 institutions were visited.
Around 2,800 students had the opportunity to attend our liaison sessions.
21 university liaison visits were for Part 1 groups.
13 university liaison visits were for Part 2 groups.
19 university liaison visits were for Part 3 groups.
Three visits were for other groups – Practice in the UK, a presentation on practice in Europe.
The busiest months for visits were January, February and October. These three months accounted for 55% of visits.
55% of visits were in January, February & March
We no longer ask for individual student feedback but we do seek feedback from the Professional Studies Advisers (PSAs)/Part 3 Course Leaders. A selection of the PSAs’ feedback in 2016 includes: