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London South East Colleges (Bromley College)

Construction Management

UCAS Code: K220

Higher National Diploma - HND

Entry requirements


UCAS Tariff

48

A minimum of 48 UCAS points, this is with the expectation that most applicants will have studied the Construction Management HNC course GCSEs - grades A*-C in English and maths Applicants with BTEC ND/NC or degrees in other areas will be considered Mature applicants over 21 years of age with relevant industrial experience In addition to the above, applicants wishing to enter the course will be expected to be in relevant employment and will be required to attend an interview with the teaching staff

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About this course


Course option

2years

Full-time | 2019

This course is designed to provide students with a high level of understanding of the design, function, construction and statutory requirements for buildings of all classes and to prepare them for more advanced employment in the construction industry. It consists of a combination of core and optional units that provide appropriate training for employment in the field of quantity surveying (estimators and cost analysts), architectural technicians, building surveying, building control or construction and site management.

The courses have been designed to include a high level of academic and practical elements. Enrolment on the programme entitles students to become student members of the CIOB, RICS and CIAT. The programme is also recognised nationally and internationally by employers in the construction industry.

Modules

HND route comprises sixteen courses Year 1 ?Project Evaluation & Design ?Construction Technology &Environmental Design ?Construction Technology & Materials ?Management Principles ?Building Law & Contract Administration ?Construction Economics & Finance ?Construction Management ?Building Design & Maintenance Studies Year 2 ?Measurement ?Building Conversion & Adaptation ?Design History ?Design Studies ?Project ?Assessment & Management of Risk ?Tendering & Estimation ?Site Engineering & Surveying

Assessment methods

Assessment is through examinations, assignments including essay and report writing, portfolio building, project work, oral assessments and presentation
You must pass each unit to get the overall qualification at the end of the course

Tuition fees

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Channel Islands
£5,555
per year
England
£5,555
per year
EU
£5,555
per year
Northern Ireland
£5,555
per year
Scotland
£5,555
per year
Wales
£5,555
per year

The Uni


Course location:

Bromley College (Holly Hill Campus)

Department:

Construction and the Built Environment

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