15 courses found
An Architectural Technology degree requires a creative, insightful mind and can help you progress to a stimulating and fulfilling career.
If you’d like to take your career to the next level, this Building Services Engineering degree aims to put you ahead in the industry.
Problem-solving on a grand scale; a Building Surveying degree can teach you to offer much sought-after advice on property and construction.
To manage risks and develop sustainably, we must understand and cater the requirements of/for civil infrastructures and our environment. This course blends together environmental science and management with civil engineering.
Civil engineering is a challenging, demanding and rewarding profession, designed to enable you to contribute to the present and future wellbeing of modern and developing societies throughout the world.
It takes a mix of technical, analytical, managerial and practical skills to succeed as a civil engineer, which this BSc course can nurture.
This professionally accredited integrated masters course enables you to progress from an undergraduate degree right through to a Master’s level qualification in four years of full-time study.
One of the largest and most influential markets in the world today, the construction industry is projected to grow from US$8.5 trillion in 2015 to US$10.3 trillion in 2020. In the UK alone, it contributed £103 billion in economic output in 2014 and accounted for 6% – or 2.1 million – of all jobs.
Emergencies and disasters throughout the world – acts of terrorism, violence, public disorder, natural disasters and industrial accidents – are on the rise. So too is the demand for the professionals who can best manage or mitigate their impact.
You can travel the world studying natural hazards on this rewarding course, and learn how to support communities when they need it most.
Geography (BA) is one of the highest ranked courses in the UK and can prepare you for careers in many areas including local government, urban planning, environmental agencies, international development, the arts, retail, finance, ICT, education and research.
Covering physical landscapes, the natural environment and global change, our Geography BSc course can show you how our world is changing.
This course aims to develop your understanding of the causes of disasters, how to minimise their impact and develop long-term community resilience in both developed and less developed countries.
This course aims to cover the financial, technical, political, social and environmental aspects of modern energy management.
Strong growth in private housing, commercial and industrial sectors has led to a national shortage of quantity surveyors, who play a critical role throughout the construction process advising on costs, quality, sustainability and client needs.