The School of Surveying and Construction Management


Introducing The School of Surveying & Construction Management

The primary aim of this programme is to facilitate those students who have secured employment as a trainee Quantity Surveyor to attend college one day per week. Quantity Surveying is a discipline based on the application of economics and financial evaluation techniques to land and buildings. The skills requires a broad knowledge of a wide range of subjects together with a fundamental understanding of the economic, physical and legal framework within which buildings are used and how the construction market operates. The programme is designed to both facilitate 1st year and advanced year entrants.

Entry Requirements
Irish Leaving Certificate with minimum number of 6 subjects, with 2 H5 honours. Minimum grade in Maths and either English or Irish of 06 or H7 or equivalent. Ideally applicants should be in appropriate employment within a construction related business. Applicants must submit their application direct to TU Dublin and not through the CAO.

Applicants in possession of a FETAC level 5 qualification in a related construction or engineering discipline.

A mature student who is 23 years of age or older on the 1st January in the calendar year of proposed entry to an undergraduate programme. Applicants must submit their application direct to TU Dublin and not through the CAO.

Advanced applications to latter years of the programme will be considered for those applicants who already possess experience in the industry and/or possess a construction related undergraduate qualifications. Consideration for the particular year of entry will depend on the level of the programme qualification attained by the applicant ie Higher Certificate, Ordinary Degree and Honours Degree etc.

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