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The Bachelor of Science in Quantity Surveying involves the detailed study and measurement of construction technology and building services. It also includes elements of business, law and Civil Engineering. Students participate in computer methods & applications, practical laboratory work, research and design projects.
This programme offers graduates a broad skills base for the specialised profession of quantity surveying. The need for quantity surveyors is vital for the efficient cost management of construction projects. The current economic climate means the role of the quantity surveyor is in high demand as both public and private clients are pursuing the agenda of obtaining value for money and greater cost certainty in all construction activities.
Success in quantity surveying is most likely to be achieved by people who are able to express themselves clearly and logically, who are numerate and capable of abstract reasoning and who pay attention to detail . Quantity surveyors must have a leaning towards numerical calculations since they are likely to work with figures throughout their careers
The overall aim of the programme is to give a broad education in the academic disciplines related to the management of property, construction procurement and construction operations. The course caters to relevant needs and demands industry, and includes an option to take a year-long professional placement; ensuring graduates will be well prepared to start their career.
After three years of successful study, students receive a BScQS degree. They will be able to become involved in the field of quantity surveying and support professional quantity surveyors with all types of construction work, particularly buildings and infrastructure.
The course includes the study of management and business practice in a construction context as well as law and economics. Full-time students may undertake a work placement in year three, in order to gain valuable experience of working in the construction industry
If you are comfortable with facts and figures, a good communicator and keen to develop a solid grounding of the building industry, our National Diploma in Quanity Surveying could be for you.
The National Diploma in Quantity Surveying is owned by the Building and Construction Industry Training Organisation (BCITO) and will provide you with the skills and knowledge necessary for the role of a consultant or contractor quantity surveyor.
Find out how to measure and estimate building work, and how to cost, price and tender for projects. Learn to undertake the financial administration and cost control of projects under construction.
This programme prepares students for a career in the construction industry. It is designed for those who wish to work as quantity surveyors and economic advisors/managers in the construction industry or as building development co-ordinators and managers.