After graduating from B.Arch, there are lots of opportunities for various sectors. Some of the jobs one can get are listed below:
There are good opportunities after completion of the B.Arch course. Some of the jobs are:
Graduates looking for design as a career can apply for CEED, which is the qualifying exam for higher study in design, during the final year itself. Another option is the Master’s degree in architecture. The graduates who have completed their B.Arch can join for this. The best option for higher study after B.Arch is the Master of design. It has many career opportunities. There are many institutes in India which offer this course. The admission to this course is based on the CEED score, design aptitude score, an interview.
There are some short terms courses like:
There is a massive demand for B.Arch graduates in the government sector. Some of the government jobs are:
These are a list of jobs available for B.Arch graduates abroad:
The average salary of a graduate of B.Arch in different fields in different positions are listed as under:
|Job Type||Average Salary Per Annum|
|Design Architect||INR 3.45 LPA|
|Architect(but not Landscape)||INR 3.22 LPA|
|Project Architect||INR 5.48 LPA|
|Intern Architect||INR 1.46 LPA|
|Senior Project Architect||INR 9.89 LPA|
|Architectural Designer||INR 4.81 LPA|
|Urban Planner||INR 5.46 LPA|
Some of the top companies salaries for B.Arch graduates are listed below:
The average salary for the various jobs under Architecture umbrella is given below:
|Job Position||Average Salary paid|
|Senior Project Architect||981000|
Key statistics for B.Arch is listed below:
Do I have to appear for NATA at the college where I want to take admission?
Q2: Is it compulsory to be good at drawing for becoming an Architect?
Not necessary. But should be good at visualizing and planning. However, good at drawing is an advantage.
Q3: Will NATA gives automatic admission to universities/colleges?
No. NATA is an entrance exam for B.Arch. After getting the score, one should apply for colleges based on the score criteria.