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I have Irish qualifications
If you have completed a prescribed qualification in architecture from an Irish university and have passed the Irish Professional Practice Exam you are eligible for registration through Route A1.
If you have completed a prescribed qualification in architecture from an Irish university and have acquired seven or more years’ post-graduate practical experience you may apply for an exemption from the Professional Practice Exam through Route C.
The Route C application process runs on the following biannual cycle:
|Stage||Autumn Cycle 2020||Spring Cycle 2021||Autumn Cycle 2021||Spring Cycle 2022||Autumn Cycle 2022|
|Stage 1||05 October 2020||22 March 2021||04 October 2021||22 March 2022||03 October 2022|
|Determination of eligibility for Stage 2||20 October 2020||01 April 2021||25 October 2021||01 April 2022||24 October 2022|
|Stage 2||26 April 2021||04 October 2021||25 April 2022||04 October 2022||24 April 2023|
|Assessor Opinion Review||September||January/February||September||January/February||September|