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University of Dundee, Scotland; MSc Advanced Sustainability of the Built Environment

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Course focus: Theory-Technical-Planning/Policy/Sustainable Development || Design studio: NO || Fees: £3,570/£9,850 (EU/Overseas)

Course director: Dr Husam Al Waer   
Course founded: 2009
Duration: 12 months full-time; 24 months part-time    
Intake: 11 students
Student profile: Various backgrounds; 45 per cent international

Distinctive feature: Interdisciplinary and holistic approach to sustainability in the built environment. Themes include: achieving balance between design quality, added value and cost; environmental impact assessment, and  whole life-cycle value. Course includes research project in which students pursue their area of specialism. Suits architects, engineers, planners, regulators and facilities managers.

Entry requirements:
- Honours degree, 2.1 or above in appropriate subject - architecture, building services, planning, engineering, science or related disciplines
- Applicants who do not hold formal qualifications to degree level, but who are able to demonstrate considerable experience in a relevant field, may also be accepted
- Individual modules can be taken as personal Continuing Professional Development courses (CPD), in which case you do not necessarily need to hold a degree

Admissions contact: Gillian Hunter G.T.Hunter@dundee.ac.uk                               

Tuition: £3,570/£9,850 full-time (EU/Overseas) for 2011-12


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