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Kingston University, London; MSc/MA Sustainability for Built Environment Practice

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Course focus: Theory-Planning/Policy/Sustainable Development || Design studio: NO || Fees: £6,340/£10,650 (EU/Overseas)

Course director: Amanda Lewis
Course founded: 2009
Duration: 1 year full-time; 2 years part-time
Intake: 12 + students
Student profile: Various backgrounds

Distinctive feature: Course addresses environmental, social and economic concerns and explores policy reponses, regulatory mechanisms and legal frameworks. Practical learning is central to the course philosophy. Course based at the School of Surveying and Planning

Director’s comment: This is one of a new suite of postgraduate courses aimed at the next generation of sustainability informed professionals. Students from the different pathways work together around key issues concerning the economy, society and the environment.

Career opportunities: The programme is designed to be career enhancing - built environment professionals with an understanding of how the sustainability agenda interfaces with professional practice have an increasingly competitive advantage.

Entry requirements:
- A good honours degree or equivalent in a built environment discipline; or
- Membership of a chartered built environment discipline (such as RICS, RTPI,RIBA, CIOB) etc; or
- Proven knowledge and understanding of built environment practice and a good honours degree in any subject
- International students must have an IELTS score of 6.5 or equivalent

Admissions contact: Alan Russell a.russell@kingston.ac.uk or designpostgrad@kingston.ac.uk, +44 (0)20 8417 4646

Tuition: MA/MSc - £6,340/£10,650 full-time (EU/Overseas); £3,175/£5,325 part-time (EU/Overseas)



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