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Construction management courses

The study of the implementation of construction projects to the client's specification from inception to completion.. Focuses on management aspects, including project management, law, sustainability, economics, business management in a construction context. Narrower focus than construction and the built environment.

Studying construction management at university

Example course modules

  • Contract Law
  • Survey planning and construction
  • Transferable skills for the built environment
  • The principles of designing architecture
  • Residential construction
  • Fluid mechanics
  • Science and materials
  • Professional and reflective practice

Who studies this subject

  • Female : 15%
    Male : 85%
  • Mature : 55%
    School leaver : 45%
  • Full-time : 56%
    Part-time : 44%

What you need to get on a course

Subjects you need

A-levels (or equivalent) usually required

  • No Specific Requirements

Useful to have

  • Mathematics
  • Business studies
  • Economics
  • geography

Application checklist

Here's a guide to what to expect from the application process - also check individual university entry requirements, as these may differ.

  • January application
  • October application
  • Personal statement
  • Portfolio
  • Interview
  • Entry test
  • Work experience
  • Audition

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