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Shape our future cities

Creating sustainable, desirable and liveable global cities is one of the great challenges facing the world today. Architecture and design professionals have the potential to shape our cities and transform urban life for the world’s growing population.

By following this path, you will develop your creative, critical and environmental knowledge. This knowledge will allow you to design outstanding buildings, interior environments, public spaces or essential urban infrastructure such as pedestrian networks.

You will have a highly developed material and spatial awareness, combined with an ability to connect with local natural and urban environments. You will possess a strong technical skillset and have the ability to work for a global practice, boutique office or even start your own consultancy.

"In today’s increasingly global and interconnected world, over half of the world’s population lives in urban areas… This proportion is expected to increase, reaching 66 per cent by 2050."

United Nations Report on World Urbanization Prospects

The Bachelor of Design in Interior and Spatial Design helps students to re-imagine interior environments and public spacesStudy Interior and Spatial Design

The Bachelor of Design in Interior and Spatial Design helps students to re-imagine interior environments and public spaces. With a strong emphasis on people’s experiences of space, students learn the critical skills required to interrogate the traditional boundaries of commercial interior design.

Through the Bachelor of Design in Architecture, students learn what it means to be an architect in a globalised worldStudy Architecture

Through the Bachelor of Design in Architecture, students learn what it means to be an architect in a globalised world. This is achieved with a focus on how the profession can shape global cities through complex spatial thinking.

 

The Bachelor of Design in Landscape is a course designed to develop skills in design, construction and management associated with our natural and built landscapesStudy Landscape Architecture

The Bachelor of Design in Landscape is a course designed to develop skills in design, construction and management associated with our natural and built landscapes. This degree is for those who are passionate about sustainability, ecology, urban environments and design.

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International focus

Study oversease to learn about the people, projects and places that make the world’s great cities shine.

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Learn from internationally respected academics with industry and institutional connections.

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