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MSc. in Quantity Surveying

The Quantity Surveying course will develop your skills of critical thinking, problem-solving, business development, team collaboration, cost management and awareness of sustainability in the built environment. You will learn how to ensure construction projects are delivered to the satisfaction of the client and other construction professionals and influence a better future in the built environment.

You will develop knowledge and skills to meet the challenges presented by change and innovation in the sector.

The course is designed to challenge you to question your current thinking and practices in the face of a rapidly changing global construction industry and develop your ability to be innovative and creative in solving unique problems.

It will encourage you to engage in life-long learning and become an independent professional learner through a range of modern interactive teaching.

On our MSc Quantity Surveying degree, you will learn how to add value to projects through demonstrating excellent knowledge and skills in managing cost and information, advancing practices and procedures, and managing risk effectively.

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Entry Requirements
  • 2 or above/equivalent in surveying, construction, civil engineering, real estate or any other construction subject.

    Other qualifications and suitable work-based experience are also considered on an individual basis. You may be asked to attend a selection interview.

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COURSE STRUCTURE

Course Learning Outcomes

INTERNSHIP DETAILS/ LIST OF ORGANISATIONS

Contact us on 0713 519 999for further unit enrolment advice.

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Panel of Lecturers

Prof. Dr. Lilanknath Obeyesekera

Dean – Faculty of Technology

PhD & MSc, USSR, PGC, Australia, MCIOB, Sri Lanka

Ms. Priyangika U. Gamage

Program Manager

MSc in IT & Strategic Innovation with Distinction, Kingston University, UK
MBCS (Professional Member- BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, UK)

Ms.Chanjalie Peiris

Academic Coordinator

BSc Honors Natural Science, Major in Chemistry