See below for comprehensive careers information relating to BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying.
The data represented here has been taken from the Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education and the Graduate Outcomes Surveys between 2017-2020.
What roles do UCEM graduates do after studying this programme?
- Arbitration Surveyor
- Commercial Manager
- Graduate Surveyor
- Graduate Valuer
- Management Trainee
- Project Manager
- Quantity Surveyor
- Senior Auditor
- Senior Quantity Surveyor
What do some of these roles involve?
- Project manage the external decor and repairs
- Management of internal refurbishments and bespoke one off projects
- Audit construction contracts
- Contract negotiations
- Preparing commercial analysis and legal documentation for commercial arbitration
- Preparing, negotiating and analysing costs for tenders and contracts
- Quality Management
- Budget management, including final accounting, managing subcontract payments and payments from the clients and final accounts
- Conducting feasibility studies to estimate materials, time and labour costs
- Advising on a range of legal and contractual issues
- Valuing completed work and arranging for payments
- Writing contracts
- Management and control of construction projects
- Applications for payment, final accounts and estimating cost management of construction projects
- Manage the costs and budgets of large construction projects
- Commercially managing sub-contractors
What kind of employers do UCEM graduates work for?
- Cost consultancies
- Construction firms
- Project management services
- Engineering consultancies
How much could I earn?
|Starting salaries range from:||£25,000 to £35,000|
|Experienced:||£35,000 – £50,000|
|Median Salary of UCEM graduates after 15 months:||£45,000|
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
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