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Postgraduate taught

Our masters courses aim to attract students from a wide range of disciplines to courses dealing with current issues that reflect our research interests and expertise in sustainability, conservation, urban design and energy studies.

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These courses are designed to be of value both to architectural students as well as many other professions involved in designing, developing and evaluating the built environment.

Our courses

MA Architectural Design

This programme is for students who are looking for a design-focused postgraduate programme who might not have a RIBA qualification.

MA Urban Design

The MA Urban Design programme enables practitioners and scholars to transform the field of urban design.

Master of Design Administration (MDA)

This programme aims to equip you with the expertise necessary for the successful administration and management of the design process in the procurement of buildings.

MSc Advanced Building Performance Evaluation

This course is unique in its focus on the energy and environmental performance of existing buildings.

MSc Computational Methods in Architecture

This course addresses the need for creative professionals to solve unique design problems.

MSc Environmental Design of Buildings

Our MSc Environmental Design of Buildings aims to develop knowledge and expertise in the design of comfortable and healthy environments in and around buildings, regardless of climate, and with due regard to sustainable issues.

MSc Sustainable Building Conservation

This course is unique in emphasising the role of sustainability within the historic context and addresses concerns identified by the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) as critical to the future of Conservation Education.

MSc Sustainable Mega Buildings

The MSc in Sustainable Mega Buildings focuses on principles of sustainable planning and design of mega-buildings.

PgDip in Architecture: Professional Practice (RIBA/ARB Part 3)

Enables students to acquire an in-depth understanding of the legal and economic aspects of architectural practice and construction procurement.