Professional architecture courses in Australia are subject to accreditation jointly run by the Institute, the Architects Accreditation Council of Australia (AACA) and Architect Registration Boards in each state and territory.
ANZ APAP is published by the Architects Accreditation Council of Australia (AACA) and the Institute. It sets out the steps to be followed for professional accreditation of architecture programs in Australia and New Zealand.
ANZ APAP Quick Reference Guidelines summarise the processes, roles and responsibilities of members of visiting panels as outlined in detail in ANZ APAP.
The Canberra Accord is a document by seven accreditation/validation agencies in architectural education. The Canberra Accord is intended to facilitate the portability of educational credentials between the countries whose accreditation/validation agencies signed the Accord. It does not address matters related to professional registration or licensure.
The fourth General Meeting of the Canberra Accord was held in May, in Guadalajara, Mexico. Read about the meeting here.
Funding/scholarships for study within Australia & internationally
The following are resources for Australian architecture students seeking funding and/or scholarships to study in Australia and overseas, and for international students studying in Australia.
Funding & scholarships by school