MSc Building Surveying

Career Roles

What do UCEM graduates do after studying with us?

  • Building Surveyor
  • Construction Manager
  • Graduate Building Surveyor
  • Project Manager
  • Trainee Building Surveyor

What kind of employers do UCEM graduates work for?

  • Project Management
  • Technical analysis of 2D and 3D drawings
  • Right to light specialisms
  • Managing construction projects
  • Building Surveys
  • Valuation inspections and reports
  • Party Wall matters
  • Schedules of condition
  • Defect diagnosis
  • Commercial property surveying and property valuations
  • Health and safety and quality control
  • Preparation of planning and design of new buildings.
  • Strategic leadership including Maintenance, Planned Investment and development

Employment Opportunities

What kind of employers do UCEM graduates work for?

  • Property consultants
  • Building Consultancies
  • Social Housing providers such as Housing Associations
  • Central and Local Government
  • Engineering Consultancies
  • Healthcare
  • Property developers

Earnings

How much could I earn?

Experience Earnings
Starting salaries range from: £18,000 to £28,000
Experienced: £35,000 – £50,000
Senior: £60,000+
Median Salary of UCEM graduates after 15 months: £38,000

 

Professional Qualifications

What professional qualifications could I achieve?

  • Chartered Membership of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors
  • Associate Membership of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors
  • Chartered Membership of the Chartered Institute of Building

Graduate Success

How successful are graduates in finding a role in the industry?

  • 98% of UCEM graduates are working in the property and construction industry 15 months after graduation