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BSc (Hons) Construction Management with Foundation Year


Student Finance Available


Weekdays, evenings and/or weekends


4 Years


London, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds


September, February, June

Awarded Degree

BSc (Hons) Construction Management

Course Overview

The Construction Management degree course is meticulously crafted to cater to the demands of the contemporary construction industry, providing you with specialized skills and knowledge essential for overseeing a construction project from its initial stages and design to final occupancy.


Recognizing that the construction industry is inherently practical, technical, and hands-on, the teaching and learning approach of the course mirrors these characteristics. Your educational journey will involve real-life examples, work-related learning, practical sessions, site inspections, and insights from expert guest speakers in the sector. This immersive approach breathes life into the learning experience, creating a dynamic and engaging environment for students.


Upon completion of the program, you will possess the capability to manage construction projects efficiently—ensuring they are conducted safely, within the designated timeframe, budget constraints, and upholding the highest quality and construction standards. Your skill set will encompass the application of key theories, concepts, and principles integral to construction management, including measurement, building appraisal and performance, design, and buildability. Moreover, you will have a solid foundation in general business management theory.


As a graduate in Construction Management, you will be adept at applying evidence-based approaches to analyze, evaluate, make decisions, and solve problems within the construction industry. This expertise positions you as a true specialist sought after by employers in the field.

Entry Requirements

Educational Requirements:

  • Attainment of 80 UCAS tariff points or above, or possess a 60-credit Ofqual qualification at level 3.

  • GCSEs at Grade C/4 or above, or equivalent qualifications, including English and Mathematics.


Individual Consideration:

  • Applicants not meeting the stipulated entry requirements will be evaluated on an individual basis, with relevant work experience taken into consideration.

Applicants Aged 21 and Above:

  • Individuals aged 21 and above who do not meet standard entry requirements may still be considered, especially those demonstrating life/work skills suitable for undergraduate study through our Foundation programme.


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