Find out what past and present students from the Health Wellbeing and Sustainable Building MSc have to say about the programme.
"The MSc Health, Wellbeing and Sustainable Buildings has exposed me to the various factors that influence sustainable design for health and wellbeing as well as their interplay at numerous scales."
Toar Sadia, Health Wellbeing and Sustainable Buildings graduate, 2020, Architect
"No matter which way you are looking, I do believe the study experience in MSc HWSB is a solid asset, it adds credit to our competitiveness in landing job opportunities.”
Huizhong Luo, Health Wellbeing and Sustainable Buildings graduate, 2019, Healthy Buildings Researcher at Delos
"The course provided me lots of valuable skills that benefited me a lot when progressing with my career. The MSc’s truly interdisciplinary curriculum opened many doors to me, not only in the construction industry, but also the public and social policy sector.”
Ka Ming Cheung, known as Clement, Health Wellbeing and Sustainable Buildings graduate, 2019, studying for a PhD in Architecture
"Personally, I feel this course has opened up a lot of horizons for me to understand at length how the field of sustainability brings together research and design.This course has given me a wide range of transferrable skills which I didn’t have prior to my MSc.
Gomathi Krishnamoorthy, Health Wellbeing and Sustainable Buildings graduate, 2019, Architect
Veronica, a current student studying Health Wellbeing and Sustainable Buildings MSc (2020/21 academic year), shares her experiences of studying at UCL.
Veronica, Health Wellbeing and Sustainable Buildings Graduate 2021, Built Environment Professional
Lara and Tan's experiences
"The MSc HWSB showed me a new perspective which does not only focus on energy efficiency but also occupants’ health, comfort and wellbeing.”
Chengpeng Zhao, Health Wellbeing and Sustainable Buildings graduate, 2018, current PhD Candidate at UCL Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering
"During the job-hunting journey, I believe that studying on MSc HWSB helped me become a unique applicant among many competitors. Because I got the latest, useful information about healthy buildings that others did not have the chance to structurally study.”
Yudi Huang, Health Wellbeing and Sustainable Buildings graduate, 2019
“There are very few educational degrees relating to healthy buildings in Taiwan, and there are very few professionals specialising in health, wellbeing and sustainable buildings. According to the vice president of IWBI ASIA, I am the first in Taiwan to graduate from a research institute specialising in healthy buildings. This makes my resume very competitive.”
Honda Lu, Health Wellbeing and Sustainable Buildings MSc 2020