The Institute of Energy and Sustainable Development is based at DMU's Leicester City campus, a few minutes walk from the city centre. You can access information about Leicester's social, cultural and leisure opportunities and about the campus from the DMU web site.
The Institute is housed in the low-energy Queens Building, which was opened in 1993 and has won several awards for its environmental design. The building makes use of passive ventilation and cooling, natural daylighting and both automated and user-operated local control systems. In many ways it exemplifies the principles taught on IESD's masters programme.
Teaching on the masters programme is on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Full-time students attend lectures on both days during term time, while part-time students attend only one day per week.
In addition to teaching by Institute staff, students have frequent opportunities to hear guest speakers from academia and industry.
Indicative fees for all IESD MSc courses
can be found here:
Climate Change and Sustainable Development:
Emergy and Industrial Sustainability
Energy and Sustainable Building Design
Course fees sometimes change from year to
year, so please also contact firstname.lastname@example.org for confirmation of what your fees will