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Programme Features

 

A pathway to obtain professionally accredited qualifications

 

Our programme is professionally recognized by Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB), Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), Quantity Surveyors International (QSI) and the Hong Kong Institute of Construction Management (HKICM).

 

Conversion opportunity of your academic qualification to enhance your employability

We offer Bridging Course to industry practitioners without holding Construction Management/Quantity Surveying sub-degree academic qualifications.

 

A board alumni platform to explore your industrial network

We have established an alumni network in Hong Kong which serves as a good networking and information exchange platform.

 

The Faculty of Science and Engineering, University of Wolverhampton is offering this two-year part-time programme leading to Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Quantity Surveying in Hong Kong in collaboration with the School of Continuing and Professional Education, City University of Hong Kong.

 

The programme has been offered in HK since 2012. All modules will be taught by University of Wolverhampton teaching staff from the UK, and supported by a local academic team. It provides a cross-cultural learning environment that is unique in this programme.

 

Faculty of Science and Engineering, University of Wolverhampton

 

The Faculty of Science and Engineering at the University of Wolverhampton offers innovative courses and collaboration in the nationally significant areas of Science, Mathematics, Engineering, Computer Technology and the Built Environment. We have built on our rich and long history of technology, teaching and local skills provision to become a significant player in the high-tech reskilling that is of national importance.

 

Our academic, technical and auxiliary staff support undergraduate and post-graduate courses which provide students a rich immersion in academic study, personal growth, skills expertise and work flexibility. We train scientists, engineers and designers of the environment; but in that process, we also train entrepreneurs and workers who can adapt to constantly changing demands and scenarios.

 

The degrees taught in the School of Architecture & Built Environment are accredited through multiple accreditors including Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) & the Chartered Institute of Builders (CIOB).  Please look at our individual courses below for their specific accreditation information.

 

You will learn from industry experts who transfer their knowledge and hands-on experience in their respective fields, staff are professionally qualified and possess considerable industrial experience, ensuring that your learning is practical and relevant to current industry practice. This has proven to be a highly successful formula for enhancing the employment prospects of our students.

 

Message from the Programme Leaders

 

The Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Quantity Surveying course continues to be an established and well-recognised programme within the education sector of the Hong Kong Construction Industry. It benefits from being delivered by University of Wolverhampton staff in English with contextualised support from local tutors. This programme has already helped over 700 graduates further their careers by developing their knowledge of construction management. In addition it provides an opportunity to continue studies at a postgraduate level."

 

With the support of Hong Kong Government, there are ten major infrastructure developments and the large-scale public housing development in coming ten years. There is a high demand for professionals specialising in quantity surveying. The aim of this specialist programme is to prepare graduates for their initial and continued employment in the discipline of quantity surveying within the Built Environment. As a professional training of quantity surveyors, it emphasised for the purpose of the project management, construction cost management, and real estate commercial management but also the concept of sustainability, environmental protection, safety, updated legal matters, new construction technology, and quality. The course successfully gets the RICS, CIOB, HKICM and Quantity Surveyors International (QSi) accreditations. I am sure this can enhance the professional developments of our students.

 

Thomas KL Tong, PhD., Course Lead (HK)

 

Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Quantity Surveying is an exempted course under the Non-local Higher and Professional Education (Regulation) Ordinance (reference number 452119). It is a matter of discretion for individual employers to recognise any qualification to which this programme may lead.