The success of our architecture and interiors students has been recognised by a wide range of external awards, including an outstanding run of success in the RIBA Presidents Medals. Read more about our many awards below.

Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) awards

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) President's Medals are an annual award. Open to students from over 100 schools of architecture worldwide, they are seen as the most prestigious of any student architecture award.

Rad more about our history of success in these awards.

Other awards

Student wins the Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) Student Competition 2016

Portait photo of architecture student Tom Haworth

Professional Practice in Architecture RIBA Part 3 student Tom Haworth won the competition for his essay Work Placements for the Student’s Benefit, not their Employer’s.

Students awarded over £13,000 in prizes at alumni reception 2016

two architecture students

The awards celebrated outstanding students on our courses.

Interior Architecture student wins Best Student Studio Degree Project in the UK

Architecture student Laura Metcalfe

Laura Metcalfe won the prize at the Interior Educators Awards 2016 for her proposal for a theatre and prop shop in Hackney Wick.

Interior Architecture success at D&AD New Blood Awards 2016

A group of interior architecture students who won an award

Interior Architecture students win a Graphite Pencil award for their proposal for a new window display in John Lewis.

Two Westminster postgraduates awarded prestigious RIBA President's Medals

Painted student work winning RIBA medal

MArch student wins RIBA Dissertation Medal and Doctoral Researcher commended in the Outstanding PhD Thesis category.

Student’s plan of future city and solar tourism wins international competition

Architecture student work John Cook – future city in black and white

Architecture student John Cook wins the Commonwealth Architectural Association’s (CAA) Visualising the Future of the City student competition with his design of a future city in Karoo, South Africa.