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If you are an undergraduate or recent graduate student from an international school of architecture or the built environment, then this course is for you.
The programme provides an inspiring and interactive platform for undergraduate and recent graduate students of architecture and the built environment by participating in this two-week comprehensive summer programme dedicated to the theme of Architecture and Landscape in Climate Emergency.
The programme will introduce participants to a range of subjects, from urban considerations of planning and landscape design to technical design of buildings in response to the global climate emergency. It will also facilitate an excellent hands-on experience to participants through interactive lectures, field trips and project work, emphasising a balanced approach to environmental, socio-economic and technical aspects of net zero carbon design of the built environment.
Guest speakers from renowned London practices will be involved.
The summer school also includes trips to Bath and Stonehenge, the Olympic Park and a number of low-zero carbon projects in London.
A basic list of what to bring will be sent to you a week in advance of the course start date. All other materials are provided by Kingston School of Art (KSA).
We aim to be fully compliant with government health and safety guidelines whilst running short courses at Kingston University.
The standard course fee is indicated at the top of this page. If a course has any discounted fees available (e.g. for early-bird booking, alumni or students) these will be clearly outlined on the booking website.
As an educational institution fees for our open short courses do not attract VAT.
If for any reason your visa is rejected you will get a full refund of the course fees*. If you decide to withdraw after making the payment then you will be refunded. However, 100GBP may be deducted to cover administrative fees. The deadline for submitting a refund request is Wednesday 21 June.
*You may be required to provide evidence of this.