|Placed On:||23rd January 2019|
|Closes:||31st May 2019|
The competition is for one £10,308 scholarship (50 per cent) for a place on the programme starting in September 2019. The Combined Graduate Fee for the course is £10,308 per year, ie £20,616 in total. The scholarship will cover 50 per cent of the total fee for the two-year course (£5,154 in the first year, £5,154 in the second year), for entry in September 2019.
The academic merit of scholarship candidates will be assessed on the quality of the application submitted and performance during an interview.
Who is the course designed for?
The two year, part-time University of Cambridge IDBE Master’s is aimed at practising professionals with at least three years' work experience in the built environment who want to deliver the kind of sustainable and resilient places and spaces which are crucial to our common future. It is open to architects, engineers, and all those involved in commissioning, design, construction and management. It is offered by the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership in association with the Departments of Architecture and Engineering.
The Master’s provides graduates with the knowledge, skills, and motivation to tackle the challenges that society faces today through cross-disciplinary, multi-stakeholder engagement and experiential learning approaches. During the master’s, students spend six separate residential weeks studying in Cambridge at 3-4 month intervals, as well as taking part in an online modules. Each residential week comprises an intensive programme of formal lectures from leading practitioners and university academics, workshops and seminars. A design project relating to the week’s spotlight is undertaken in small interdisciplinary teams. Through the design project, students apply and implement what they have been taught.
The closing date is 31 May 2019. To find out more about the master’s, the scholarship and the application process, please visit the course website: www.idbe.arct.cam.ac.uk.
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