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The course is taught primarily through lectures, practicals and tutorials. Also a significant emphasis is placed on project and experimental work with site visits and field trips making up an integral part of the coursework.
The Quantity Surveying programme is long-established and has, over the years, developed very strong links throughout the construction industry. Graduates are in high demand by both local and national employers. Due to its first class reputation, many overseas students choose to study on this programme.
It includes one academic year of supervised industrial attachment. The industrial attachment is taken in Part III of the programme. The course was set up in August 2000. Students have access to an infrastructure comprising a computer laboratory,drawing facilities, and library.
The objective of the degree programmes in Quantity Surveying is to provide the education and training for a high level career in the construction industry. The students are taught various subjects which include construction economics, construction technology and materials, contract documentation and administration, law, cost planning and control of construction costs and the like.
This RICS and CIOB accredited course provides education in quantity surveying and commercial management through four main themes: technology, management, project-based learning, practical experience
The course is accredited by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). Graduates will, as their careers develop, contribute to the development of the profession and associated bodies.
This course prepares you for a career as a quantity surveyor and/or commercial manager. This may be in design, engineering, management or surveying.
Quantity surveyors and commercial managers operate in all sectors of the built environment and are primarily concerned with the value and financial management of construction projects and the subsequent building life cycle
Quantity Surveyors, with their strong commercial and contractual bias, are the financial services of the construction industry - the kind of position that suits problem-solvers with analytical minds. On this accredited degree you’ll follow a broad and rigorous programme of studies, picking up a sound understanding of the fundamentals, principles and applications of construction technology, management and economics.
Maximising value for money in construction projects is crucial when dealing with tight budgets and strict contractual agreements. A quantity surveyor advises on these issues at all stages of a project and must therefore understand construction technology, legal issues and how to plan and monitor costs.