KPT/JPS (KA 11574) 10/15, MQA PA 11574
UniKL has teamed up with an internationally renowned German university for sustainable buildings, the University of Applied Sciences Rosenheim (UAS RO), to provide a joined Master programme to assist in creating a green, state-of-the-art energy-efficient and yet affordable building culture. The programme is not only combining but also going beyond conventional engineering and management subjects to produce experts that meet the market needs to retrofit existing as well as design and test new buildings, technology and materials in a sustainable, energy- and cost-efficient manner, complying with green building certification tools such as the BREEAM, the LEEDS, the GREENSTAR or the Malaysian Green Building Index (GBI).
By building up human capital in terms of green building and technology experts and technopreneurs we wish to achieve a palpable contribution to dampen the global warming and predicted energy crisis in Malaysia and beyond.
First and only international Green Building Master Programme in Malaysia
Increase key role of green building technology in Malaysia and worldwide
Implemantation of an innovative environmental-friendly based programme according to the latest German technology in line with the Malaysian requirements.
The Specialist for Green Building, Energy and Management as link between engineers and architects in the international construction industry.
DURATION OF STUDY
2 years (4 semesters)
Bachelor degree in Engineering Technology / Science / Engineering (Honours) in related field with minimum CGPA of 2.75 or equivalent as approved by Senate UniKL
Bachelor degree with working experience of at least two (2) years in a field relevant to this master-program or other professional qualification approved by Senate UniKL
English Language Requirements (International Applicants)
IELTS band 5.5
TOEFL score 525
English Placement Test (EPT) band 5.5 - conducted internally at UniKL
Selected Final Year Project of MGEEB students;
- Contribution To Wood Gasification As An Energy Resource For Application In A Green Building
- A Comparative Thermal Comfort And Energy Consumption Study Between Decentralized Power Interrupters For Non-Inverted Split Units And Their Conventional Remote Controls
- Green And Energy Efficient Awareness In Klang Valley
- Evaluation Of The Hybrid Heating & Cooling System In The Duschl Building
- Techno-Economical Feasibility Study Of Retrofitting UniKL MICET Lab 16 With Double-Glazed Window And Ceiling Insulation
- Techno-Economical Feasibility Study Of Retrofitting UniKLMICET Office With Double-Glazed Window And Optimised Energy-Efficient Lighting
- Life cycle analysis of green wall for buildings in tropics
- Eco-friendly bricks