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Interdisciplinary Design for the Built Environment

A part-time Master's course from the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership

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This two-year part-time Master's course for built environment professionals is supported by the Departments of Architecture and Engineering. It is structured around emerging trends, opportunities, and challenges such as building information modelling, low carbon energy and materials, political and regulatory changes.

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Applying

The Master’s attracts candidates looking to expand their understanding of global challenges and opportunities facing the industry. The programme equips professionals for strategic decision-making, inventive problem solving and evidence-based design and provides the skills and confidence to support and lead interdisciplinary design teams.

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Testimonials

From structural engineers to transport planners, design managers to architects, the IDBE has enhanced the careers of professionals all over the world. Hear their stories and find out how you can join the network of like-minded peers.

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Blog: The boundaries of sustainable design innovation and how I challenged them: A look back at the impact of the IDBE

Apr 12, 2017

12 April 2017 – Adrian Campbell, founder and director of sustainable building design company changebuilding, discusses how the interdisciplinary working techniques and sustainability concepts he was taught to consider on the IDBE became integral to his working practice.

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