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Master of Science in Building Surveying with Facilities Management

Master of Science

Master of science in building surveying with facilities management
This programme is designed to respond to the dynamic demands for sustainable management of the existing built environment. The programme provides students with a broad but solid foundation in the fundamentals of organising, managing, and designing work to existing buildings.It aims to provide a rigorous grounding in the advanced skills needed to operate at a high level in industry and to be competent in the solving the problems and challenges you will face. 

Introduction

This programme is designed to respond to the dynamic demands for sustainable management of the existing built environment. The programme provides students with a broad but solid foundation in the fundamentals of organising, managing, and designing work to existing buildings.It aims to provide a rigorous grounding in the advanced skills needed to operate at a high level in industry and to be competent in the solving the problems and challenges you will face. 


Building Surveying with Facilities Management: Course Specification & Synopsis

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Eligibility

 Academic requirements:
  • An honours degree at second class or above/ equivalent in facilities management, building surveying, construction or any other construction related subject; Or
  • Other equivalent qualification from recognised institutions (e.g. Bachelor of Building and Project management programme awarded by SUSS) and relevant industries experience (e.g. Construction Management, Facilities Manager, Building Surveyor, Real Estate Manager, Engineering, etc.); Or
  • Mature students:  At least 30 years old with at least 8 years relevant working experiences (e.g. Building Maintenance Manager, Construction Manager, Building Surveyor, Real Estate Manager, Engineering, etc.) and had obtained other degree qualification will be considered on a case to case basis.

 

English requirement:

  • Applicants whose first language is not English or whose previous qualification was not taught and assessed in English must provide evidence of attainment in the English Language by achieving an IELTS 6.0 or an equivalent qualification.


All applications are subjected to the approval of Birmingham City University.




Fee

  • Application Fees:  S$267.50  (non-refundable)
  • Course Fees: Option A: S$18,404.00 (3 Instalments) l Option B: S$19,474.00 (15 instalments)
  • Material Fees:  S$428.00 (non-refundable) 
  • All fees are inclusive of GST
  • Fee Protection Scheme (FPS): Charges borne by GSTM



Licensing of Builders

 
  • Students need to have at least 5 years (in aggregate) of practical experience in the execution of construction projects (whether in Singapore or elsewhere) after attaining the above mentioned program in order to apply to BCA as a General Builder GB Class 1 Technical Controller



Professional Accreditation

  • Accredited by The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS)
  • Eligible to apply for RICS Student Membership
  • Benefit of Student Status - find out more

 



Duration

 
  • 15 months



Class Mode

  • Twice a week
  • 7pm - 10pm (weekday) /  10.30am - 1.30 pm (weekend)



Assessment Method

  •  100% Coursework
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Employability

An RICS-accredited Master’s degree in Building Surveying with Facilities Management from BCU is recognised worldwide, leading to employment opportunities wherever you are or may wish to be. Graduates of this MSc in Building Surveying with Facilities Management may start as an Assistant Building Surveyor and then progress to Building Manager, Facilities Manager, Project Manager up to more senior positions such as Company Director in both the private or public sector. 





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