Education in Sustainable Building Design at UCL
The directors intend to continue to enable and encourage the generation of new modules and courses that cover various aspects of Sustainable Building Design in addition to those listed below.
Both existing and new courses and modules take existing knowledge and expertise within UCL, and disseminate it to students primarily in The Bartlett (UCL's faculty of the Built Environment), and Engineering faculties but also to those who meet the eligibility criteria from other faculties.
The following may be of interest to those wishing to study Sustainable Building Design at UCL. Within these programmes are Related Modules that may be taken by current students and in some cases are also available to those outside of UCL, where space permits.
If you are interested in more information please contact the BSEER teaching team, email@example.com.
- MEng Engineering and Architectural Design (4 year undergraduate programme joint between Bartlett and Engineering)
- MSc EDE (UCL Institute of Environmental Design and Engineering)
- MSc Housing and City Planning (The Bartlett School of Planning)
- BSc Architecture (The Bartlett School of Architecture)
- BEng Engineering (Civil) (Engineering faculty)
Module: Building Physics three modules in 2020, search for Building Physics in Common Timetable here. https://timetable.ucl.ac.uk/tt/createCustomTimet.do#
Module tutor: various
The full range of MSc EDE modules can be found here
Particularly relevant from these are
Advanced Building Simulation
Low Energy Housing Retrofit
(Not running since 2018/19 - ) Low carbon energy supply system design for buildings and neighbourhoods
Within the Civil Engeering programme BEng Engineering (Civil) we used to offer two scenarios, these now don't run but some information might be available if of interest by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Scenario A covered some aspects of air flow design but in tube carriages, Sustainable Buildings was covered in Scenario D
Further relevant modules can be found by searching for keywords using the common timetable custom search function.