Salford was an early information modelling advocate and one of the first institutions to address knowledge and skills in this field. Our MSc BIM and Digital Built Environments postgraduate course focuses strategically on this changing landscape, designed with the aim to educate and support industry professionals respond to current and future challenges in client expectations and wider society. This course provides you with extensive knowledge in the fields of BIM, Lean, and integrated design and project delivery approaches to deliver better whole life value through digital built environments. It is highly relevant for practitioners and graduates in the fields of architecture, engineering construction, and built environment, who wish to specialise in this area of industry digital transformation. There are few better places in the UK to study building surveying. Located just over a mile from Manchester city centre, we're at the heart of the UK's largest property and construction market outside of London, with a host of flagship construction case live projects to study - and a network of construction industry companies to grow your career.
- Develop competences so you can to support integrated design and delivery approaches
- Build on leading edge research and practice in BIM software and collaborative techniques
- Advance your skills ready take a principle role in the digital transformation of practices in work settings, delivering better whole life value through integrated design and project delivery approaches
- Be equipped with the skills necessary to coordinate roles and responsibilities for the financial, environmental and social performance of new buildings
Applications will typically be accepted from candidates who have: a minimum second class undergraduate honours degree in architecture, or a minimum second class undergraduate honours degree in engineering, project management or other built environment discipline, or a recognised professional qualification in a cognate discipline.
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