BSc/BSc (Hons) Construction & Project Management (advanced entry)

Undergraduate, Full-time

Construction & Project Management (advanced entry) BSc/BSc (Hons)

Learn the technical and managerial skills necessary to take a construction project from the planning stages to fruition


Any construction project needs to be expertly managed to ensure its successful completion.

The role of a Construction and Project Manager is to take responsibility for this outcome, managing all elements of the job, including contractors, materials, budgets and timelines.

A complex and often high-pressure role, requiring a methodical mind and excellent coordination skills, it's also one that can be hugely satisfying.

You'll graduate ready to take on major ventures, able to co-ordinate them efficiently and effectively.

Please note this programme is only available for advanced entry to Year 3 or Year 4, there is no first or second year entry.

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Mode of Study:

Full-time (available as part-time)


1 or 2 years

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Course details

Learn the theories behind building technology, construction and management; and gain experience in applying these theories in practical scenarios.

You will gain knowledge of contract procedures, cost and value engineering and conservation issues, and learn high-level management techniques, such as communication methods, budgeting and time management.

Our accreditation by the Chartered Institute of Building offers eligibility for Chartered status once you have gained work experience.

Popular modules

Year 3

  • Construction Management 2
  • Building Design and Technology 3
  • Building Economics 2
  • Contract Administration and Practice
  • Building Services Engineering
  • Construction Project Management 1

Year 4

  • Project Evaluation
  • Sustainable Development
  • Construction Project Management 2
  • Dissertation



Study modules mentioned above are indicative only. Some changes may occur between now and the time that you study.

Full information on this is available in our disclaimer.

Entry requirements

Entry requirements

Our entry requirements indicate the minimum qualifications with which we normally accept students. Competition for places varies from year to year and you aren't guaranteed a place if you meet the minimum qualifications.

Advanced entry

Please note this programme is only available for advanced entry to Year 3 or Year 4, there is no first or second year entry.

Advanced entry into Year 3 or Year 4 is possible for students with suitable qualifications.

Minimum Year 3

Irish Ordinary Degree

Pass in a relevant subject with 50% or above at first sitting in all final year subjects.


Pass HND in a relevant subject with Grade B at SCQF Level 8 in all graded units.

Minimum Year 4

Irish Ordinary Degree

Pass in a relevant subject with 60% overall, with minimum 50% at first sitting in all final year subjects.

English language requirements

If your first language isn't English, you'll normally need to undertake an approved English language test and our minimum English language requirements will apply.

This may not apply if you have completed all your school qualifications in English. Check our country pages to find out if this applies to you.

International students

We welcome applications from students studying a wide range of international qualifications.
Entry requirements by country

Please note that non-EU international students are unable to enrol onto the following courses:
  • BN Nursing/MN Nursing (Adult, Child, Mental Health or Learning Disability)
  • BM Midwifery/MM Midwifery

Admissions policies

We’re committed to admitting students who have the potential to succeed and benefit from our programmes of study. 

Our admissions policies will help you understand our admissions procedures, and how we use the information you provide us in your application to inform the decisions we make.

Undergraduate admissions policies
Postgraduate admissions policies

Fees & funding

The course fees you'll pay and the funding available to you will depend on a number of factors including your nationality, location, personal circumstances and the course you are studying. We also have a number of bursaries and scholarships available to our students.

Tuition fees
Students from 2019/20 2020/21
Scotland/EU £1,820 tba
England Wales and Northern Ireland (RUK) £9,250 tba
Overseas £14,925 tba
RUK Students starting in 2018/19 will be invoiced the 2018/19 fee for 3 years of their 4 years of study. Students starting in 2019/20 will be invoiced the 2019/20 fee for 3 years of their 4 years of study.

Frequently Asked Questions about Fees
Information of Bursaries and Scholarships


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As this course has been specifically designed to meet the needs of the construction industry, you will be in demand once qualified. Opportunities include:

  • Project Manager
  • Project Planner
  • Estimator
  • Facilities Manager
  • Consultant or Technologist with a design practice
  • Buyer
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