5 young Malaysians celebrated for their passion in green buildings and energy efficiency

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5 bright young minds have been lauded for their exceptional achievement in a joint Malaysian-German Master’s programme in green buildings, energy and management.

This programme in Green and Energy Efficient Buildings (MGEEB) sees local university UniKL joining hands with an internationally-renowned German university in sustainable building, the University of Applied Sciences Rosenheim in the state of Bavaria.

The first and only international green building Masters program in the country, the MGEEB marries cutting edge German engineering expertise with the regional needs of tropical Malaysia.

This 2-year program will equip Malaysian graduates with skills in regenerative building materials, future-oriented building and management competence. This set of skills will provide a much-needed bridge between the engineers and architects in this forward-looking industry.

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