Take your first steps towards a career as a surveyor by studying for our BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying degree in Chelmsford or Peterborough. Quantity surveyors play a vital role in deciding whether construction projects are financially viable. As a BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying student at ARU, you’ll learn how to financially manage construction projects from initial concept, through to design, build and maintenance. By studying our Quantity Surveying degree, you’ll gain a vital understanding of issues such as value for money, health and safety and the environment – as well as exploring the wider context of the built environment. You’ll benefit from industry-standard software and facilities, expert tutors and a range of guest lecturers who’ll share their professional insights with you. Graduate with relevant, up-to-date skills in measuring and costing all sorts of construction projects. Quantity surveyors are in demand. With strong industry links and the opportunity to take a placement year as part of your course, our accredited degree is the perfect stepping stone your future career. Our course in Chelmsford is accredited by the the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) so, once you’ve graduated, you’ll be able to register with RICS and start working as a chartered quantity surveyor. Please note our course in Peterborough does not currently have accreditation. As a graduate, you could also choose to develop a specialism or start a career in research with our wide range of full- and part-time postgraduate degrees. How long is a quantity surveyor degree? At ARU, you can study our BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying degree full-time or part-time. If you're studying full-time, you can choose to study over three years, or four years with a placement year in industry. There is also the option of a four-year degree with a foundation year. If you choose this option you'll study with our partner, ARU College, on our Cambridge campus in Year 1. In Years 2-4 you'll study in Chelmsford or ARU Peterborough. Part-time students can study over five years. What qualifications do you need to be a quantity surveyor? To work as a quantity surveyor, you will usually need a degree in quantity surveying accredited by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). Our degree in Chelmsford is accredited by RICS. Alternatively it's possible to start working in the industry as a technical surveyor (also known as a surveying technician), and study for an accredited degree part-time while working. What is a quantity surveyor salary? Salaries start at around £25,000-£35,000 for newly trained chartered surveyors, with management roles typically attracting salaries in the range of £50,000-£80,000.
How to apply
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Fees and funding
|Northern Ireland||£9250||Year 1|
|Channel Islands||£9250||Year 1|
|Republic of Ireland||£9250||Year 1|