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Quantity Surveying degrees in 2024

Quantity Surveying BSc (Hons)

Leeds Beckett University United Kingdom

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Quantity Surveying BSc (Hons)

University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) United Kingdom

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Quantity Surveying BSc (Hons)

Heriot-Watt University United Kingdom

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Quantity Surveying BSc (Hons)

London South Bank University (LSBU) United Kingdom

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Quantity Surveying (with Work Placement) BSc (Hons)

Edinburgh Napier University United Kingdom

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Quantity Surveying BSc (Hons)

University of Greenwich United Kingdom

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Quantity Surveying BSc

University of Wales Trinity Saint David United Kingdom

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Quantity Surveying BSc (Hons)

Sheffield Hallam University United Kingdom

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Quantity Surveying Degrees

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A quantity surveyor is someone who estimates the costs involved in construction projects, be that large scale or small construction projects. Drawing on mathematics skills, a quantity surveyor will also have a strong understanding of civil engineering, construction methods and geography. As a quantity surveyor, you will be able to appraise a project from the start and supply you customers with costs analysis, and follow the project through to completion with your customer, providing support along the way.

The topics you are likely to cover when studying Quantity Surveying include:

  • Mathematics
  • Civil engineering
  • Geography
  • Economics
  • Construction methods
  • Built environment
  • Law
  • Cost management

Graduates of a degree in quantity surveying find careers as Quantity Surveyors in a variety of areas such as local and central government, and in private industry.

The skills you learn when studying for a degree in Quantity Surveying also translate well to other careers such as Business advisor, Project management and Property development.

Undergraduate programmes in Quantity Surveying are commonly available at universities around the world as:

  • Bachelor of Science (BSc), which typically take 3-4 years to complete when studied full-time

Entry requirements for undergraduate degrees in Quantity Surveying will usually include academic achievements at the level required by your chosen university in a related subject area, such as mathematics. If applicable, you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language proficiency in IELTS, TOEFL, or other accepted language tests.

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