Built Environment

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We prepare our undergraduates to become global leaders in architecture, planning and construction.

We are the most comprehensive built environment faculty in Australia offering a range of electives unmatched by any other university. You will learn from award-winning academics and industry leaders committed to designing and building sustainable, liveable cities. You will engage with business, government and community on real life projects often related to issues affecting Sydney, Australia’s largest and most cosmopolitan city. Our degrees combine creativity with a global perspective to further develop your passion and launch you into a successful career.
3 upcoming events in
GAES Higher Education and Careers Expo - Macau
DAY 1: October 28,2016
04.00pm - 07.00pm

Day 1

DAY 2: October 29,2016
02.00pm - 07.00pm

Day 2

DAY 3: October 30,2016
02.00pm - 07.00pm

Day 3

Macau Baptist College 410 Rua Central da Areia Preta. Macau

For registration, please visit: http://www.gaes.gov.mo/big5/act_new/188/apply/default_e.asp


Areas of interest

Undertake an undergraduate degree in the following area of interest.
Architecture and Design

Global opportunities

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Undergraduate options8

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Architecture and Design8

Bachelor of Architectural Studies
Degree code : 3261
Bachelor of Architectural Studies (UNSW - Tongji)
Degree code : 3264
Bachelor of City Planning (Hons)
Degree code : 3362
Dual degree options available
  • Bachelor of Planning/Bachelor of Laws
Bachelor of Computational Design
Degree code : 3268
Bachelor of Construction Management and Property
Degree code : 3332
Bachelor of Industrial Design (Hons)
Degree code : 3386
Bachelor of Interior Architecture (Hons)
Degree code : 3256
Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (Hons)
Degree code : 3381

Available scholarships and prizes

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