The course is built upon our 110 years tradition and history of creative studies. It has a unique identity that gives graduates a thorough understanding of how to design and make innovative sustainable buildings, environments, spaces and places for today and tomorrow. Cornwall, in parts a post-industrial landscape, surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean and the English Channel, offers much in lessons of regeneration and the relationship of humanity with the natural environment. From the urban settings of Camborne, Pool and Redruth, and the student and maritime town of Falmouth, to the farming community of St Just, Cornwall provides an ideal location in which you can learn about developing ideas for sustainable and sensitive ways of living, working and place making. As well as a varied and inspiring local landscape, you’ll also benefit from our worldwide links, working on collaborative projects within sites in similar places to ours, as well as major cities such as London, Paris, Berlin, Tokyo and New York.