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Press release from the Heads of Department of Engineering and Architecture

last modified Mar 15, 2016 02:06 PM

'We are delighted to announce that the established and world-leading IDBE masters course for built environment professionals, run by the Departments of Engineering and Architecture for over twenty years, is being revised, revitalised and enhanced.  The new course will be designed to take advantage of the many exciting new initiatives in infrastructure and the built environment in both departments.  No applications will be accepted for entry in September 2016 while the course is rewritten, and all potential applicants are invited to apply in 2017.

Existing cohorts will continue to be taught up to the end of their course on 31st October 2017, continuing to benefit from the expertise and dedication of the course team.  Any queries should be addressed to the IDBE course office at idbe@arct.cam.ac.uk.'

Professor David Cardwell, Head of Department of Engineering, and Dr Wendy Pullan, Head of Department of Architecture.

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