New Built Environment Club to launch in Seoul
16 June 2014
On Wednesday 2 July 2014 UCL will launch its 6thBuilt Environment Club in Seoul, South Korea.
This event follows on from successful launches of similar clubs over the past two years in Shanghai, Hong Kong, Singapore, Beijing and Chongqing.
Bartlett academics Dr Marcos Cruz and Dr Ben Croxford will present, along with guest speakers including Scott Wightman, HM Ambassador to Korea and Martin Fryer, Country Director of the British Council Korea. They will be joined by David Cobb, The Bartlett Director of Business Development, who last month hosted three Built Environment Club socials in Singapore, Hong Kong and Shanghai, with attendees from diverse organisations such as Arup, BHP Billiton and Keppel Land.
The Built Environment Clubs welcome alumni from across UCL and provide a chance for anyone working with the built environment to meet and build further professional and academic networks. Plans are currently being drawn up to launch a Built Environment Club in London, to strengthen and develop UCL’s alumni networks in the capital.
Marcos Cruz and Ben Croxford will also be speaking at the Department of Architecture and Architectural Engineering at Seoul National University.