Chartered architect

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A chartered architect in the United Kingdom is a corporate member of one or more of the following architects' professional bodies:

To become a corporate member, an architect must have passed, or gained exemption from, RIBA parts I, II and III, which includes at least two years working in practice (a minimum of seven years in total) before being able to apply.[1]

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