Oxford Brookes University Quantity Surveying
Quantity Surveying and Commercial Management
BSc (Hons) – single
Accredited by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB)
This RICS- and CIOB-accredited course provides education in quantity surveying and commercial management through four main themes: technology, management, project based learning and practical experience.This body of knowledge and industrial experience will prepare you for a professional career in the construction industry.
Oxford Brookes has extensive links with the property and construction industry sectors, and you will gain professional insight from guest lectures by leading industry figures. Many of our students are sponsored by major property and construction companies.
Why choose this course?
This four-year BSc (Hons) sandwich course provides you with the knowledge and industrial experience to prepare you for a professional career in quantity surveying and commercial management.
The key strengths of the course are as follows:
- The degree is accredited by both the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB), therefore offering graduates a professionally recognised qualification.
- You will be taught by supportive staff, who are experts in their field, in modern, well-equipped facilities – our teaching is highly ranked in university league tables.
- There is a choice of graduate pathways within the course – for example you will have the same choice of modules in Years 1 and 2 as Construction Project Management students, meaning that you do not have to make a final decision on which course to graduate in until after the third-year industrial placement.
- You will have excellent links with a wide variety of national and local construction-based companies, developers and surveyors, providing great opportunity for work placements and sponsorship.
- Our graduates have excellent employment prospects – 100% are in professional or management jobs with 6 months of graduation (Unistats KIS Data 2017).