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  Architecture and Environmental Design PGCert

University of Westminster    Architecture, Interiors and Urban Design

Part time September PGCert Part-time: 1 year
Architecture, Building & Planning (3) Creative Arts & Design (9) Environmental Sciences (13)

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Unleash your potential with the Architecture and Environmental Design PGCert programme. Dive into a world where environmental consciousness meets architectural innovation. This part-time course is tailored for building professionals and architects seeking to elevate their skills in sustainable design. Delve into the fundamentals of environmental design and evidence-based architecture through hands-on experiments and cutting-edge software applications. Gain expertise in bioclimatic design and building physics, preparing you to create buildings that are not only energy-efficient but also occupant-focused. Engage with industry experts and renowned scholars, expanding your network and knowledge base. The programme's interdisciplinary approach equips you with critical thinking skills to challenge conventional practices and drive positive change in the field. To embark on this transformative journey, a 2:1 degree in architecture or a related field is required, along with a portfolio and a compelling personal statement. Join us and become a pioneer in environmentally conscious architecture.

About the course

The global environmental and energy challenge facing current and future generations of architects and building professionals calls for a deeper understanding of the principles of environmental design, and their effective application into architectural practice

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Entry Requirements

A minimum of an upper second class honours degree (2:1) in architecture or a related subject within the context of the construction industry and built environment disciplines. Applicants with qualifications in other subject areas which may be relevant to the award are encouraged to apply, each case being considered on merit. You will need a portfolio of work, or a comprehensive written account of relevant experience, and a personal statement which clearly articulates why you wish to study for the award.

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