Virtual Graduation: The Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment
A message from Christoph Lindner, Dean of The Bartlett
Highlights and achievements
- The Bartlett Faculty Medal Winner 2021
Congratulations to Renée Etokakpan (The Bartlett School of Sustainable Construction, BSc Project Management for Construction), The Bartlett Faculty Medal Winner 2021. Find out more.
- The Bartlett named #2 in the world in the field of the Built Environment
We were delighted to announce earlier this year that The Bartlett has been ranked #2 in the world in our field in 2021, according to the QS World University Subject Rankings for Architecture and the Built Environment. We also remain #1 in the UK for Architecture and the Built Environment for the seventh year running.
- The Bartlett School of Architecture Summer Show 2021
The Summer Show is a celebration of the creative and ambitious work of students in The Bartlett School of Architecture. See all the prize-winners here.
Sharing your big day #BartlettGrad2021
Wherever you are celebrating, join our global Bartlett community by sharing a photograph of you and your friends and family on your graduation day. Use #BartlettGrad2021 on Twitter and Instagram and we'll share them for our virtual community to see!
Bartlett Alumni spotlights
As you graduate from The Bartlett, you are joining a global alumni community. Click on the links below to meet some incredible Bartlett graduates who are changing the built environment for the better:
Inside The Bartlett
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Inclusive Spaces: Re-thinking architecture to create social value
Led by award-winning architect and Bartlett alumna Tumpa Husna Yasmin Fellows, tune in to this Inclusive Spaces event to explore the importance of inclusive design methods.