#BeReady for a Built Environment career

If you want to be ready for a career in an in-demand profession in three years, then our new full-time offer is for you. You’ll be able to focus solely on your studies, while having a state-of-the-art tutor led Virtual Learning Environment to guide you through your programme.

Be Ready for our full-time BSc (Hons) programmes!

Why study with UCEM?

We are the leading provider of supported online education for the Built Environment, and we welcome all talented school leavers to take their first steps into the Built Environment with us.

You’ll learn from an institution with over 100 years’ experience providing the highest quality learning opportunities, joining a vibrant international student community of over 4,000 students from more than 100 countries, and taught by tutors with extensive industry experience.

UCAS Applications

Applications by UK school leavers are made through Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). You can make an application by following this link (opens new link).

 

See the available routes you can study full-time below:

1. What programmes are available?

BSc (Hons) Building Surveying

Our industry-recognised BSc (Hons) Building Surveying is designed to prepare you for a successful career in building surveying. It provides a rigorous understanding of the principles and practice involved in building surveying.

 

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Why study Building Surveying? Watch our YouTube video to find out.

 

BSc (Hons) Construction Management

UCEM’s industry-recognised BSc (Hons) Construction Management is designed to prepare you for a successful career as a construction professional. It provides a rigorous understanding of the principles, practices and ethics involved in construction management in a worldwide context.

 

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Why study Construction Management? Watch our YouTube video to find out.
BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying

UCEM’s industry-recognised BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying is designed to prepare you for a successful career in quantity surveying. It provides the academic underpinning and skills necessary for practice as a quantity surveyor.

 

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Why study Quantity Surveying? Watch our YouTube video to find out.

 

BSc (Hons) Real Estate Management

UCEM’s industry-recognised BSc (Hons) Real Estate Management is designed to provide the academic grounding necessary to progress to Chartered Surveyor status in the commercial real estate management and valuation specialisms.

 

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Why study Real Estate Management? Watch our YouTube video to find out.

 

 

 

2. What is online learning with UCEM like?

Rather than attending lectures or classes, you’ll use a state-of-the-art online learning environment, supported with guidance from highly experienced tutors.

This means you can earn whilst you learn – study where, when and how you want without interrupting your career. Learn more about Supported Online Learning here (opens new link).

Try it for yourself

Click on the link below to explore online study, and learn how this will look as a UCEM student.

Sustainable Urban Design 1: New Approaches to Urbanism

What our students say

“The VLE is well designed and provides plenty of documentation and support on all kind of subjects. I have found the Tutors to be both supportive and available; whenever you have a question, they reply to your message on the forums very quickly and are always there.”
Vilma Segonds, MSc Real Estate
Junior Valuer, Cushman & Wakefield, Paris, Franc

3. Can I get a student loan?

Student Loan

Yes, all of our undergraduate programmes are designated for student finance and students in England and Wales may apply to Student Finance for a tuition fee loan. Eligible students can apply for funding for up to £6,165 each academic year.
Find out more here >

Bursary Scheme

We also have a bursary scheme, which is  designed to assist those new students who are able to demonstrate need. It is open to new students from all countries and will provide a discount on fees for the duration of the programme.
Find out more here >

4. Why a career in the Built Environment?

The term Built Environment encompasses all human-made surroundings that provide the setting for human activity; from offices, houses and parks to supporting infrastructure, like water supply and travel networks. Today’s Built Environment should be flexible and adaptable to future uses, resilient enough to cope with climate change, and, most importantly, must enable people to live well.

Check out our ‘Day in the Life’ videos below to see for yourself:

 

 

What is surveying and what can it bring to the future?

 

5. How can I apply?

Applications by UK school leavers are made through Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). You can make an application by following this link (opens new link).

Need a hand?

If you have any questions or would like some advice on applications, our Admissions and Enquiries team is here to help.

Get in touch with the details below:

Admissions Team
Opening hours are:
Monday to Friday 0900- 1700 GMT

Make an enquiry >
UK (Free): 0800 019 9697 (Option 1)
International: +44 (0)118 921 4696 (Option 1)
Email: admissions@ucem.ac.uk

6. How do I find out more?

Webinars

We run a series of webinars which provide information on our programmes which also give applicants an opportunity to meet programme leaders as well as fellow prospective students. Learn more by visiting our webinar pages (opens new page).

LiveChat

We also have a LiveChat service which connects you to our Admissions and Enquiries Team. Simply click the icon in the bottom right of the screen anywhere on our website to get in touch with one of the team.

See our range of undergraduate programme brochures below:

If you want to lean more about the online learning experience, or find out about each programme, then take a look at our programme brochures below.

 

Building SurveyingConstruction ManagementQuantity SurveyingReal Estate Management