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Masters degrees in Building Surveying provide postgraduate training in all aspects of property management and performance, from design and construction, to maintenance and repair. Courses usually explore these topics on local, national, and international scales.
Specialisms in this field include topics such as Built Environment, Environmental Surveying or Building Evaluation. Entry requirements normally include an undergraduate degree in a relevant field, or sufficient professional experience.
Postgraduate study in surveying is an effective route into professional practice as a chartered surveyor, construction consultant or building engineer. Many courses are professionally accredited and entitle graduates to work within regulated professions.
You will develop academic and vocational skills in a variety of practices for property design, analysis and renovation. This could include fieldwork utilising technology such as thermal imaging or moisture analysis to assess a building’s efficiency. Or you may undertake activities such as data collection, computing and modelling to compare property issues in commercial and urban contexts.
Traditional career options include chartered surveying and building engineering. You may however wish to branch into roles in property management such as facilities or operations administration. Your experience would also make you suitable for roles within governing bodies and charities, tackling issues such as sustainable housing.
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Building surveyors specialise in existing buildings. Working either in professional practices, or for a range of property-owning organisations, they advise on a broad range of professional, technical, legal, and managerial aspects related to building stock. . Read more
This postgraduate Building Surveying course is an innovative course for graduates who wish to follow an accredited route towards qualification as a Chartered Building Surveyor and/or Chartered Building Engineer. Read more
This course is an ideal course for "converting" an existing undergraduate degree (see. entry requirements. ) into a building surveying qualification and gaining entry into the construction industry. Read more
The MSc Building Surveying programme with Facilities Management is designed to respond to the dynamic demands for sustainable management of the existing built environment and is accredited by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). Read more
This course is designed for students looking to pursue a career in the building surveying and construction sectors, and develops the skills needed to pursue Chartered Surveyor, or Chartered Building Engineer status. Read more
The role of the building surveyor is vital in today's construction industry as the sector strives to produce new, high-quality buildings while maintaining the historical structures that surround us. Read more
Quantity surveyors organise and plan the procurement and financial management of construction projects, as well as effectively manage and administer construction contracts. Read more
The MSc Construction Cost Management course provides a route for new entrants to the professional practice of Construction Cost Management or Quantity Surveying, who have taken degrees in non-related disciplines. Read more
Accredited by the. Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. (RICS). This course is designed to prepare you for a demanding and rewarding career in real estate, in either the private or the public sector. Read more