Surveying Degree Courses

There are many different areas in which a Surveyor might specialise, but they will all involve performing the same basic role of analysing and accessing the potential cost of major building, construction or industrial projects. A very intricate role requiring a vast knowledge of various factors, Surveying suits applicants with a methodical approach to work and a keen eye for detail. To become a professional surveyor in many industries will require accreditation, so make sure that your course offers a route to gaining this. 

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Some Courses in surveying:

  • Quantity Surveying (K240)
  • Building Surveying (K230)
  • Commercial Management and Quantity Surveying (HK22)
  • Construction (K221)
  • Environmental Construction Surveying (K231)
  • Real Estate (K440)