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New MSc course on Health, Wellbeing and Sustainable Building

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A new MSc programme taught at the UCL’s Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering (IEDE) has just been launched, within UCL’s global faculty of the built environment, London. The new course, targeted at students aiming to work in the built environment and/or public health, including architecture and engineering, will drive innovation for health and wellbeing in the design, assessment, retrofit and operation of buildings.


This course builds on UCL IEDE’s health and wellbeing related research projects, including examining the impact of greenhouse gas reductions on public health, indoor air quality in schools and health effects of moisture in buildings. The course also has specific links with industry, throughout which demand for professionals with relevant expertise is expanding rapidly.  


For more information about the course, please visit the link provided below