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  Sustainable Mega-Buildings - MSc

Cardiff University    Welsh School of Architecture

Full time & Part time September MSc 1 year full time, 2 years part time
Architecture, Building & Planning (3)

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Are you passionate about sustainable architecture and design? Look no further than our MSc programme in Sustainable Mega-Buildings. This interdisciplinary course focuses on the principles of sustainable planning, design, and performance of large-scale and high-rise buildings. Gain the knowledge and skills needed to excel in this field and secure excellent career opportunities. Unlike other programmes, we specifically address the challenges and opportunities posed by mega-buildings, which are often overlooked in terms of sustainability. Accredited by the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers, this programme is your gateway to becoming a leader in sustainable architecture. Visit our website for entry requirements and more information.

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Why study this course

This programme focuses on principles of sustainable planning, design and performance of large-scale and high-rise buildings and provides graduates with excellent career opportunities.

The design of low and medium-rise buildings has, for some time, taken climatic variations and sustainability into account. However, despite the increase in the number of large-scale buildings worldwide during the last few decades, high-rise buildings are still seen as mega-scale energy consumers with little regard for sustainable design and performance. The current environmental agenda and interest in sustainability across the globe raises the significance of mega-buildings.

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Where is Cardiff University


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