Angie Pascoe is a professional studies advisor for the School of Architecture.
Angie Pascoe RIBA AADip FRSA, is Principal Lecturer in London Metropolitan University's School of Architecture, a Professional Studies Advisor (PSA) and leads the professionalism area on the Senior Management Group for the School. Angie also runs a module in the Professional Dploma in Architecture – RIBA2 course – Advocacy – concerning contemporary ideas and practises in architecture and is also teaching on the Examination in Professional Practice in Architecture – RIBA3 as the PSA.
Currently, Angie is a Vice-Chair on the RIBA Validation Board for Schools of Architecture both in UK and internationally. She also has been Senior External Examiner on several design and architecture courses around the country at undergraduate, postgraduate and professional level.
Angie Pascoe has been part of the design and architecture courses in the current London Metropolitan University since 1985, as Head of the School of Interior Design in the University of North London (one of our predecessor institutions), Undergraduate Scheme Director (overseeing Spatial Arts, Architecture and Interior Design full- and part-time courses) for the School of Architecture and Spatial Design prior to the merger and creation of London Metropolitan University; concurrently running undergraduate design studios from 1985 to 2002.
- Professional Diploma in Architecture - RIBA Part 2 (now Architecture RIBA 2 MArch)
- Examination in Professional Practice - RIBA Part 3