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What does FBE stand for?

FBE stands for Faculty of the Built Environment (UNSW, Sydney Australia)

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He has served as external examiner for the Faculty of the Built Environment of the University of the West of England and is presently an external examiner for Birmingham City University.
John Holmes of the Faculty of the Built Environment at Northumbria University said: "We're thrilled to host an event of this nature allowing young people to be briefed upon issues contributing to global warming and the environment, and to question regional practitioners as to what improvements have and can be made.
After all the architecture school is but a part of the faculty of the built environment and the geographers will come from their dull building across the court to enjoy the cafeteria and forum.
Dr Peter Knight, vice-chancellor of the UCE, where 11 lecturers were recently made redundant in the Faculty of the Built Environment, said: 'There are marked changes in the pattern of student demand for courses, which is affected by students' perception of the career opportunities in the construction and property industry.
Dr John Gibbons, a graduate of the Birmingham School of Architecture in 1962, is being recognised for his contribution to architecture and the construction industry, and will receive his award along with students from the Faculty of the Built Environment.
It was smiles all round for students of the UCE's School of Property and Construction after they were presented with prizes by DTZ Debenham Thorpe Midlands chairman, Mr Geoff Thomas, at Symphony Hall during the Awards Congregation for students from the University's Faculty of the Built Environment.