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Postgraduate study at Huddersfield 2017/18

Architecture and the Built Environment


Postgraduate study with

one big plus after another “ARCHITECTURE AND THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT AT HUDDERSFIELD IS MORE THAN JUST A SUBJECT. YOU’LL BECOME PART OF A SUPPORTIVE COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE; A CLOSE-KNIT FAMILY THAT SHARES YOUR LEARNING JOURNEY” WELCOME

 Professor Patricia Tzortzopoulos Head of Architecture and 3D Design

This is a great time to undertake postgraduate education in the School of Art, Design and Architecture. We have a dynamic research and professional practice environment for our postgraduate research community, which has doubled over the last two years. On the back of the launch of our new innovative research centres, our students and staff are making an impact globally. We value reflective and critical approaches to the exchange of ideas within an equal opportunity context, including the understanding of cultures, diversity, individuality and creative practices. Studying with us offers you the opportunity to engage in an inspiring cross-disciplinary environment, benefitting from high quality teaching and learning and access to industry-standard facilities and practices.

Professor Michail Kagioglou Dean, School of Art, Design and Architecture

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Cover image: Waqar Hussain, Master of Architecture (RIBA Part 2)

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TEACHING EXCELLENCE

Architecture and the Built Environment encompasses most of what is around us; it’s the human-made physical, spatial and cultural spaces that support living, working and playing. In this context, architecture drives innovation and value for society through creative design solutions. Our courses focus on the skills needed to develop innovative solutions to global challenges, encouraging creativity and critical thinking throughout the design and construction processes. Taught courses Our Master’s courses build upon our international research and leading-edge practice. We offer a range of architectural design and construction management postgraduate taught courses and the full suite of RIBA professionally accredited architecture courses. You will be expected to develop a high degree of sensitivity to the context within which design and construction work is undertaken including geographical, cultural, social, economic and tectonic terms.

All projects aim to explore applications of digital design and sustainability. Understanding of design and construction theories and the application of advanced construction management methods like Lean Construction, and tools such as Building Information Modelling, co-exist with concerns for the implementation of sustainable technologies and awareness of regional development issues. Research courses A research degree is a supervised programme of research, which includes attendance on the School Research Programme. You’ll find structured support for development of your skills, abilities and intellect, supporting you to take the lead in reaching your full potential.

The University has been awarded Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) Accredited Centre status. The Advanced Project Management in Construction MSc and Design Integration and Building Information Modelling (BIM) MSc are CIOB accredited courses. 4 Architecture and the Built Environment

Enrolment periods are offered for September and January start. The normal entry requirement for enrolment for the degree of MSc, MEnt, MA by Research or PhD is a first or upper second class honours degree or a qualification that is equivalent to or higher than such an honours degree. Some of our postgraduate programmes also include a portfolio as an entry requirement.

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Our courses are informed by the latest developments in practice and by cutting-edge research, supporting you to gain professional awareness to appropriately respond to the current and future challenges of the construction industry.

Huddersfield offers students regional knowledge and an international dimension; with recent years having offered optional trips to Brazil, Malaysia, China and Vietnam as well as Europe.

You’ll be exposed and have access to advanced information, processes and technology/software.

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Advanced Architectural Design MA

AT A GLANCE Duration

Advanced Project Management in Construction MSc

1 year full-time – September start Part-time option also available

Entry requirements • A 2:2 Honours degree or above in an appropriate subject or equivalent.

The aim of this course is to address the needs of those looking for a strong foundation of traditional design knowledge and skills, addressing contemporary issues of architectural design and construction. The course focuses on providing students with the opportunity to develop the competencies necessary for successful architectural design. It encompasses advanced issues of design problem solving including aesthetics, sustainability, urban design, briefing development, design information management, the use of technology to support design development, and support for clients to ensure the successful delivery of benefits. This course provides students with the opportunity to get a well-rounded experience in architecture. Architectural teaching in Huddersfield has a history dating back over 90 years; the town is a fine example of buildings from the traditional to the modern;

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a number of which can be found in and around the University campus. Huddersfield’s position mid-way between the cities of Leeds and Manchester means it is ideally placed to explore diversity in architecture on a range of scales within a regional and global context. After studying within the subject area of Architecture, a few of the careers that graduates have gone on to be successful within include: Architect at Farrell and Clark LLP; Consultant for WYG Group; Architectural Assistant for GPS, Urban Edge, Insights Architects Ltd and SimpsonHaugh and Partners; Project Development Assistance for Renaissance Construction; Senior Architect for Atkins*

• All suitably qualified applicants are normally interviewed or considered for admittance under alternative arrangements. Interviews will require a portfolio of practice-based and/ or theoretical work and a statement of intent.

For detailed course information, including entry requirements and fees and financial support information, please visit hud.ac.uk/courses

AT A GLANCE Duration 1 year full-time – September start Part-time option also available

This course focuses on developing and applying advanced project management strategies needed to plan, organise and co-ordinate the integrated delivery of complex projects in evolving global environments. This course is aimed at industry professionals seeking to acquire advanced, strategic level skills as project managers in the global construction industry who are wishing to progress towards managerial positions. To take up such roles you would need to be able to apply knowledge to optimise and solve complex issues in a very dynamic industry, with a clear understanding of business implications. This course aims to enable the understanding of process and production management issues, including planning and control approaches, the management of resources, and how information technology can be applied to support successful project outcomes. The advanced level nature of the course also aims to prepare you for further research in the field, either within academia or for consultant organisations, providing the skills and competencies necessary for a project manager to successfully deliver global projects.

This course will enable you to develop an understanding and ability to manage global projects acting for clients or co-ordinating other professional organisations, which is a key skill-set to be acquired. This sits alongside a range of advanced analytical and transferrable skills valuable across a range of built environment themes and scenarios. This course can help you develop the necessary skills to lead collaborative design and construction teams, effectively manage projects, and adopt innovative approaches such as Lean Construction and Building Information Modelling (BIM). Advanced Project Management in Construction MSc is a CIOB accredited course.

Entry requirements • A 2:2 Honours degree or above in an appropriate subject or equivalent.

For detailed course information, including entry requirements and fees and financial support information, please visit hud.ac.uk/courses

Prof. Bingunath Ingirige leads the MSc in Advanced Project Management. He is a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy of UK Professor Bingunath Ingirige Chair in Project Management and Resilience

*Source: LinkedIn

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Master of Architecture/Architecture (International) (RIBA Part 2)

AT A GLANCE Duration

Design Integration and Building Information Modelling (BIM) MSc

The course is of three years duration with direct entry available to Year 2 September start

Successful completion of this RIBA validated course provides exemption from Part 2 of the ARB prescribed Examination in Architecture. As part of the process of becoming a professionally qualified Architect in the UK, graduates are required to complete a period of supervised ‘practical training’, 12 months of which (commonly referred to as the ‘Year Out’) is normally undertaken before commencing full-time academic study at Master’s level. This period of practical training constitutes Year 1 of the University of Huddersfield MArch course. Students who have not previously completed a satisfactory period of practical training should join the course in Year 1. Students who have already completed a satisfactory period of practical training should join the course in Year 2. Years 2 and 3 of the course are design-centred and intended to enable you to explore issues of critical regionalism and tectonic expression in relation to establishing your own theoretical position. Through which you will be expected to develop a high degree of sensitivity to the context within which design work is undertaken in geographical, cultural, social and technical terms.

• Direct Entry to Year 2: Entrants should have obtained a good first degree in Architecture, preferably with RIBA Part 1 exemption, or equivalent, and should have completed a satisfactory period of professional training. • Direct Entry to the final year of the course will only be considered in exceptional circumstances.

For detailed course information, including entry requirements and fees and financial support information, please visit hud.ac.uk/courses

Our course aims to prepare you for new and emerging forms of practice through the development of your personal learning skills and a deep understanding of the need for flexibility, adaptability, innovation and enterprise in your career. For graduates who already hold a RIBA Part 1 qualification, this course leads to registration as an Architect after subsequent completion of the Postgraduate Certificate of Professional Practice and Management in Architecture (RIBA Part 3) and further supervised practical training.

“Having the opportunity to travel the world including India, Brazil, Germany and Barcelona as part of the course has really helped me stand out from the crowd in professional practice.” Charlie Egan Master of Architecture (RIBA Part 2)

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Duration 1 year full-time – September start Part-time option also available

Entry requirements

Entry requirements • Entry to Year 1: Entrants should have obtained a good first degree in Architecture, preferably with RIBA Part 1 exemption, or equivalent.

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• A 2:2 Honours degree or above in an appropriate subject or equivalent.

Strategic design integration and effective Building Information Modelling skills are highly sought after in the construction industry worldwide. Building Information Modelling enables integration and efficiency in projects throughout design, construction and operations, supporting the delivery of lifecycle benefits for clients and users. The adoption of BIM technologies coupled with Lean processes has been seen as the way forward for the improvement of the construction industry and the achievement of more sustainable project outcomes. BIM usage is growing worldwide, with many governments mandating its use on public projects, as is the case in the UK. This innovative course focuses on developing skills and competences to enable you to effectively manage and maximise benefits from design integration and the use of BIM technology in projects, building from state of the art research and leading-edge practice. If you are an architect, architectural technologist, engineering designer, project manager, surveyor or other construction professional, this course will enable you to develop knowledge on integrated processes, BIM and how it can be best deployed, managed and maintained throughout the whole project lifecycle. A special feature of this course is the multidisciplinary approach, in which students from diverse construction related backgrounds will study together to understand the project complexity and the

information needs of diverse project stakeholders. The course aims to focus on process improvement through Lean design and construction, with the use of supporting BIM tools.

For detailed course information, including entry requirements and fees and financial support information, please visit hud.ac.uk/courses

This course aims to provide students with the necessary skills to lead projects and deliver value through the utilisation of digital information, making better and faster decisions in multidisciplinary, collaborative working environments. Therefore, you will have the opportunity to develop the skills needed to support integrated design and delivery solutions with BIM technologies. This course can help you develop the necessary skills to lead collaborative design and construction teams, effectively manage projects, and adopt innovative approaches such as Lean Construction and Building Information Modelling (BIM). It also aims to develop construction professionals for the digital age by providing capacity required to lead and assist digital developments of the industry. As such, it will respond to the growing demand for integrated information managers, BIM co-ordinators, practitioners, and strategists both in the UK and overseas. Design Integration and Building Information Modelling (BIM) MSc is a CIOB accredited course.

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Professional Practice and Management in Architecture (RIBA Part 3) PgCert

AT A GLANCE Duration 1 year part-time

Entry requirements

This course will prepare you for undertaking Part 3 of the RIBA Examination in Architecture the final stage of qualification as an Architect in the UK. The course comprises of a single module: Professional Practice and Management in Architecture, which focuses on application of the skills and knowledge required for the professional practice of architecture in today’s society. Whilst working in an architectural practice, you will prepare a detailed case study of a project in which you have been involved and you will prepare a Personal Evaluation Report of your professional experience. The module includes a short course of full-time study at the University, during which lectures, tutorials and workshops will address the obligations and responsibilities of professional practice as an Architect in the UK.

• Entrants to this RIBA Part 3 award must first gain (or obtain exemption from) the RIBA Part 1 and Part 2 Examinations in Architecture and must complete a period of 24 months professional training (recorded with the RIBA PEDR) before they sit the final examination.

For detailed course information, including entry requirements and fees and financial support information, please visit hud.ac.uk/courses

The course concludes with an ‘office-based assignment’ in which you will be expected to demonstrate your competence, professional awareness, knowledge and ability in the contexts of the management of architectural practice, the procurement of buildings and the supervision of building construction, as well as the legislation relating to planning procedures and the construction of buildings in the UK. This is followed by a ‘viva voce’ examination conducted by a panel of professional architectural practitioners (referred to as the ‘Professional Interview’). Successful completion of the course leads to Registration as an Architect and Chartered Membership of the Royal Institute of British Architects. This course is validated by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and prescribed by the Architects Registration Board (ARB) to provide exemption from Part 3 of the Examination in Architecture.

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CROSS-DISCIPLINARY ENVIRONMENT INDUSTRY-LEADING FACILITIES Gavin Garmston, Master of Architecture (RIBA Part 2)

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Sustainable Architecture MSc

The course has a very distinct ethos based around the theme of environmentally sensitive building design. The aim is to provide you with skills and understanding that would enable you to take a leading professional and specialist role as a global practitioner within the field of sustainable architecture. Environmental issues rank at the highest levels in the concerns of the general public and are particularly affected by the impact of the design and construction industry. The scale of influence ranges from building to urban dimensions. These are global problems requiring global and interconnected solutions and the course is designed to address issues from a world perspective. Issues are considered for different climate types and locations, giving a strong international dimension as well as providing opportunities to develop solutions that address local circumstances. The course is designed to give you the

chance to acquire a mixture of skills and knowledge that would support roles as integrated and important members of design and construction teams. The course also provides opportunities to understand the specific needs of progression onto research degrees in the subject area. Construction professionals are including sustainability in their designs, driven by professional responsibility, client and funding body requirements and additional legislation. Graduates from this course are well positioned to fill the sustainable architecture skills gap within the industry globally. The pressures on our natural environment and depleting resources are not going to diminish, and expert and adaptable individuals will be required to face the challenges that lie ahead.

Yaswanth Molakalapalli, Sustainable Architecture MSc

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Urban Design MA

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Duration

Duration

1 year full-time – September start Part-time option also available

1 year full-time – September start Part-time option also available

Entry requirements

Entry requirements

• A 2:2 Honours degree or above in an appropriate subject or equivalent.

• A 2:2 Honours degree or above in an appropriate subject or equivalent.

For detailed course information, including entry requirements and fees and financial support information, please visit hud.ac.uk/courses

• You will be required to submit a digital version of a portfolio of design or graphic work together with your application.

The aim of this course is to provide students with the essential knowledge and skills required to effectively intervene in the urban design process.

For detailed course information, including entry requirements and fees and financial support information, please visit hud.ac.uk/courses

In an age of globalisation, where cities are rapidly transforming, which gives rise to urban sprawl and the re-use of existing infill sites, there is an urgent need to develop expertise in urban design in order to adequately address these fast-changing conditions.

“The Master’s in Sustainable Architecture has a global perspective providing skills and knowledge essential for successful building design around the world. The course has been running for more than ten years and has both maturity and relevance to contemporary environmental needs and gives students a strong foundation to support future careers.”

At the same time, there is growing recognition of the challenges facing regional locations, in particular how relationships between urban and rural territories need to become more effectively managed through adequate infrastructure and a clearer vision of measured and sustainable growth that will benefit future generations. Environmental, social and economic changes are imposing significant pressures on the sustainability of urban settlements, with consequential and long-term impacts on the quality of life. The aim of this course is to help you to develop the necessary skills to enter (or return to) design-based practices or industry, in companies that recognise the value of staff development in this area. The course also aims to contribute to the development of consultancy expertise appropriate to urban design, planning and built environment sectors. The course is also designed to give you opportunities to enhance both your enterprise skills and your research skills with a view to progressing to study at PhD level (if this is the direction you wish to take).

“Huddersfield is an amazing town for investigating urban regeneration and recent trends in urbanism. The University offers great facilities with many places to visit nearby.” Dr Ioanni Delsante Reader in Urban Design

Professor Adrian Pitts Prof. in Sustainable Architecture

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Architecture and the Built Environment (MA by Research)

A Master’s by Research (MA) allows you to undertake a one-year (full-time) or a two-year (part-time) research degree. This type of study gives you the chance to explore a research topic over a shorter time than a more in-depth doctoral programme. Research Master’s students choose a specific project to work on and have a greater degree of independence in their work than is the case with a taught Master’s course.

You’ll be expected to work to an approved programme of work which you will develop in conjunction with your supervisor within the first few months of starting your studies. Whilst undertaking the research project you will also have the opportunity to develop your research skills by taking part in training courses and events.

Jason Hall, Master of Architecture (RIBA Part 2)

AT A GLANCE Duration

Architecture and the Built Environment (PhD)

Duration

1 year full-time 2 years part-time

3 years full time 6 years part time

Entry requirements

Entry requirements

• An upper second honours degree (2:1) from a UK university or a qualification of an equivalent standard, in a discipline appropriate to that of the proposed programme to be followed.

• A Master’s degree or an Honours degree (2:1 or above) or equivalent, in a discipline appropriate to the proposed programme to be followed, or appropriate research or professional experience at postgraduate level, which has resulted in published work, written reports or other appropriate evidence of accomplishment.

For detailed course information, including entry requirements and fees and financial support information, please visit hud.ac.uk/courses

At the end of the project you’ll write up your findings in the form of a short thesis of around 25,000 words, which will then be examined. On successful completion, you will be awarded your degree and if you have enjoyed this taste of research you may then decide to apply for the full research doctoral degree (PhD).

A PhD is the highest academic award for which a student can be registered. This programme allows you to explore and pursue a research project built around a substantial piece of work, which has to show evidence of original contribution to knowledge.

For detailed course information, including entry requirements and fees and financial support information, please visit hud.ac.uk/courses

Our three-year full-time or six-year part-time PhD programme of research culminates in the production of a large-scale piece of written work in the form of a research thesis that should not normally exceed 80,000 words. Completing a PhD can give you a great sense of personal achievement and help you to develop a high level of transferable skills which will be useful in your subsequent career, as well as contributing to the development of knowledge in your chosen field. You are expected to work to an approved programme of work including appropriate programmes of postgraduate study (which may be drawn from parts of existing postgraduate courses, final year degree programmes, conferences, seminars, guided reading or a combination of study methods). You will be appointed a main supervisor who will normally be part of a supervisory team (for both a Master’s by Research and a PhD) comprising up to three members to advise and support you on your project. Applications are welcome in, but not limited to, the following research areas: • Architectural Design • Architectural History and Theory • BIM • Conservation • Construction Project Management • Design Management • Disaster Resilience and Reconstruction • Healthcare in the Built Environment • Lean Construction • Modelling, Simulation and Serious Games • Process and Performance Management • Supply Chain Management • Sustainable Environmental Design and Energy Efficiency • Urban Design

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AT A GLANCE

“Doing my PhD in the University of Huddersfield is the best thing that has happened to me. From the supervisory team, to my colleagues and the facilities provided.” Oshienemen Albert Architecture and the Built Environment (PhD)

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This image is part of the exhibition curated by the Centre for Urban Design, Architecture and Sustainability - China East-West: The Alternative Face of Globalisation in Urban and Rural Transformation, Huddersfield Art Gallery, January - April 2016.

RESEARCH CENTRES

ZCB - Hong Kong. This is the showcase building for low energy and low environmental impact design in Hong Kong. Visitors and students can learn from seeing good environmental design in a practical way and experience the environment which uses no conventional air conditioning. Research by Professor Adrian Pitts in his book ‘Planning and Design Strategies for Sustainability and Profit’.

Research within Architecture and the Built Environment is supported by three interdisciplinary research centres, which operate across various research themes. Innovative Design Lab (IDL) IDL conducts theory based and applied research into product design and the built environment, pushing the impact of design thinking and practice to new areas. hud.ac.uk/idl

Centre for Urban Design, Architecture and Sustainability (CUDAS) CUDAS promotes understanding of academic research of the built environment as an informed process influenced by historical, cultural, theoretical and environmental contexts. hud.ac.uk/cudas

The Global Disaster Resilience Centre (GDRC) Committed to excellence in research, education and advocacy to improve the resilience of nations and communities to disasters. hud.ac.uk/gdrc

CULTURE CAMPUS FACILITIES NETWORK ACCREDITATION STRONG INDUSTRY LINKS WOW FACTOR EXPERTISE AWARD-WINNING 16 Architecture and the Built Environment

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Key research areas

Key research areas

The School of Art, Design and Architecture welcomes interdisciplinary research. The following details a number of key research areas and potential supervisors in the School. We welcome applications in these and other areas.

For further information on these supervisors, please visit our staff profiles: hud.ac.uk/ada/stafflist Professor Dilanthi Amaratunga • Disaster resilience and understanding disaster risks • Preparedness for response, recovery and reconstruction • Capacity building for disaster mitigation and reconstruction • Empowerment of women and other vulnerable groups in mitigating and managing disasters.

Book of abstracts from the international conference: Regional Urbanism in the Era of Globalisation

Dr Ioanni Delsante • Cities and open territory design • Urban morphology • Urban landscapes and infrastructures • Urban design, health and wellbeing. Dr Yun Gao • Sustainable architectural and urban development in China • Social and cultural changes reflected in architectural and urban development in developing countries • Cross cultural architectural design and education • Workplace learning in architecture. Dr Alex Griffin • Architectural education • Architectural history and theory • Architecture and Christianity • Architecture and social justice.

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Professor Richard Haigh • Disaster resilience in the built environment • Post disaster reconstruction • Corporate social responsibility • Construction management. Professor Bingunath Ingirige • Flood adaptation of small businesses • eBusiness and web based collaboration in international construction • Post disaster housing reconstruction and resilience of critical infrastructure • Private sector engagement in disaster risk reduction and international development. Professor Michail Kagioglou • Benefits realisation • Lean construction • Process management • Infrastructure development. Dr Kaushal Keraminiyage • Disaster resilient urban environments/infrastructure • Use of ICT for improved disaster resilience • Big Data analytics and data mining for disaster modelling • Complexity issues in construction project management, financing and estimating.

Professor Dilanthi Amaratunga of GDRC (pictured centre) chairs and moderates the panel on Disaster Risk Governance at the UN High Level Forum on “Implementing the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction at Local Level”, Florence, Italy

Professor Lauri Koskela • Lean construction • Project management • Design management, production management • Design theory, production theory. Professor Angela Lee • Architectural design • Design management • Performance management • Process management. Dr Lucy Montague • Urban design (design aspects; theory; participatory processes; health and built environment; public and private sector practice; influences on urban form and structure; design and development briefing) • Research by design and practice-based research • Creative and design processes.

Professor Adrian Pitts • Sustainable urban development and neighbourhood design • Thermal comfort and occupant satisfaction • Green and energy efficient buildings • New forms of architecture and productive environments. Dr Mark Shelbourn • BIM in education • Collaborative behaviours • Electronic data gathering of existing buildings • Using 3D information across the project lifestyle.

Professor Patricia Tzortzopoulos • Integrated and collaborative architectural design • Lean design • Building Information Modelling • Design of healthcare facilities and evidence based design. Professor Song Wu • Agent based simulation in Built Environment • Building Information Modelling (BIM) and Cost Management • Building Information Modelling (BIM) and Facilities Management • Building simulation on energy management.

Professor Nicholas Temple • History/theory and philosophy of architecture • Architecture, perspective and language • Urbanism, landscape and geography • Ritual/ceremony and civic space.

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FACILITIES

During your studies you will have access to the facilities in Queen Street Studios, which as well as housing contemporary studio space also offers advanced 3D technologies. This includes dedicated highperformance computer aided design (CAD) and 3D computer visualisation facilities, laser cutters with metal-cutting capabilities and 3D workshops for rapid-models. You’ll also have access to the Digital Print Centre, our specialist facility capable of printing on a variety of media. All of this is supported by our expert technical staff.

In addition to having full access to the facilities during University opening hours, you’ll also be able to access the specialist software licensed to the University from your own computer, whilst away from the campus out of studio opening hours.

“Our inspiring and highend technical facilities are student-focused and with a team of dedicated staff to support you, we can assist in the realisation of your projects from their initial proposals through to completion.” Stephen Calcutt Technical Manager Co-ordinator

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