The BSc Quantity Surveying course focuses on the factors that affect the procurement and construction of a building or structure over its complete life cycle, with particular emphasis on the economic, legal, financial and managerial considerations of the construction process. Once you have developed the technical skills required of a quantity surveyor, you will apply them to projects that are based on 'real' construction scenarios. This way of working not only gives you invaluable hands-on practice, it also allows you to develop a variety of transferable skills that will give you a professional edge when you eventually start applying for your first quantity surveying job. The course is accredited by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and has an excellent reputation as measured by the national student survey and employer destination statistics Strong links with industry mean that you will have opportunities to meet quantity surveyors and other professionals working in the construction industry through guest lectures and site visits.
|BSc (Hons) in Quantity Surveying - Liverpool John Moores University
|Liverpool John Moores University
|Course start date
|1st September 2024
|The fee is based the maximum limit of the apprenticeship funding band 15. Please refer to our admissions regarding the fee arrangement- URL given above
Prior to starting the programme applicants must have obtained grade 4 or grade C or above in English Language and Mathematics GCSE or an approved alternative qualification . Applicants must have a minimum of two A levels or equivalent with 112 points. Aapplicants studying a HND or Foundation Degree in Construction or Quantity Surveying will be considered for direct entry into Level 5. A HND with Merit grades in all higher level (H2) units or Foundation Degree with 60% in all higher level (H2) units would be required.
You will be required to purchase personal protection equipment (ppe)
All students perform differently depending on the type of assessment they are asked to do, and so a variety of assessment methods are used. These include exams (open and closed book), coursework (projects, technical reports, reviews, etc), and presentations (individual and group). Your tutors will give prompt and constructive feedback via Blackboard (our virtual learning environment), face-to-face or in writing. This will help you to identify your strengths as well as the areas where you may need to put in more work