Construction and the Built Environment

Graduate Apprenticeship in BSc (Hons)
BSc (Hons) Construction and the Built Environment

Graduate Apprenticeships are an innovative route to a degree qualification blending academic study with work-based learning, supported by the student’s employer. The Graduate Apprenticeship in BSc (Hons) Construction and the Built Environment provides a range of practical skills for managing construction projects, integrating theory and practice from the outset.

Students will have opportunities to be involved in assessing commercial viability, providing innovative construction solutions, planning and controlling projects, managing resources efficiently and evaluating performance. Students develop knowledge, and skills for application in the management of construction, through its lifecycle, in the built environment. The course offers a blend of built environment subjects including building design and technology, construction project management, and commercial management to enable students to offer innovative and effective design and construction solutions for the public and private sectors.

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This course has one study option

Mode of Attendance

  • Blended

Mode of Study

  • Full Time

Start Date

September

Course Length

4 years

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Graduate Apprenticeship students will have full RGU University student status and may make use of the University’s excellent physical facilities when they wish. 

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