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Architectural Graduate Membership
Architectural Graduate Membership of the RIAI (admissions Route G) is open to you if you have an accredited qualification in architecture and are undergoing a period of practical training in preparation for Registration and/or RIAI Architect Membership.
Please note that this category of membership carries no affix.
Why become a RIAI Architectural Graduate Member?
Get access to:
- The RIAI members’ newsletter, which provides a wealth of information on the profession, including competitions, events, jobs, and more;
- The members’ section of the RIAI website, which contains a wide range of resources that will help you develop your career including practice notes, information on conservation, sustainability, accessibility, BC(A)R, and more;
- The RIAI Good Practice Guide for free;
- Architecture Ireland online;
- RIAI CPD courses and MyRIAI CPD, the online CPD recording tool. (Please note: for Architectural Graduate Members completion and recording of CPD activities is recommended and encouraged, but not mandatory, as graduates are generally already engaged in a structured programme of study and professional development.)
Get advice on:
- Employment, careers, and setting up a business;
- Working abroad;
- Graduate networking.
The Annual Charge for Architectural Graduate Membership is €50. There is a once-off admission charge of €25.