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This unique multi-disciplinary course at Oxford Brookes is taught by architects, engineers and physicists involved in practice and research.This successful course has been running for over 20 years in different formats, keeping up to date with changes in sustainability, policies and advancement in the construction industry. It focuses on the theory and practice of developing low carbon and sustainable buildings.

The SAED course benefits from direct links to two of the best research groups in the university, recognised nationally and internationally. The research directly informs the teaching with the latest and the most up to date knowledge and innovation in the area of sustainability.

The course also benefits from a strong link with the industry allowing students to learn from the latest challenges in the industry and provides them with the opportunity to participate in competitions and win prizes. We also have a strong link to Passivhaus Trust UK providing our students with an option to learn more about the standard and PHPP.  

Our link to the industry offers students possible future employment opportunities and currently a few of our alumni are working in practices involved in teaching on the course, as directors and employees. 

Some of the practices contributing to the course include Method Consulting LLP, Qoda Consulting Ltd., Hoare Lea, Schock, Eco Design Consultants Ltd, Max Fordham, Passivhaus Trust UK.


Visit the Sustainable Architecture, Evaluation and Design page on the Oxford Brookes University website for more details!

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