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This page contains more information about our construction clearing degrees. Learn about what you’ll study and how we’ll prepare you for your future career.
Explore our construction Clearing courses – designed to open up a range of exciting career opportunities in the property and construction market.
Are you interested in studying construction at one of the UK’s leading centres for built environment education? Do you want to gain an industry-recognised qualification that will support your career development? If so, our construction degree courses are ideal for you. From resource distribution to timeframes and budget management, learn more about our construction Clearing programmes and secure your place today.
Clearing Construction Degree Courses
By choosing to study one of our building construction degrees, you will experience a modern learning environment enriched with accessible lecture theatres and AV-equipped classrooms, as well as computing suites and multimedia libraries. You’ll also gain access to industry journals, databases and simulation software – all of which will help you get the most out of your studies.
As a construction student, you’ll learn in carefully designed studios and study spaces that have been created to provide an inspiring environment to develop ideas in, work collaboratively and share best practice. Our state-of-the-art facilities also include Think Lab – our futuristic research environment used for smart city applications, collaborative engineering and interactive learning.
Our teaching team regularly collaborates with industry partners from the built environment, maintaining strong links with architecture, engineering and construction sectors, both locally and internationally. This means that, as a building construction degree student, you’ll benefit from external guest lecturers, field visits and real-world, problem-solving projects. You’ll also have the chance to network with industry partners including Bramhall Construction, United Utilities, Wates Construction, Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) and the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).
Construction Clearing Places
We offer a number of Clearing construction courses, allowing you to focus on the subject areas that interest you the most. Whether you’re looking for the practical skills to satisfy employer needs or you want to spend your time overseeing the entire construction process, we have a range of pathways to suit you:
- HNC Construction
- BSc (Hons) Construction Project Management
- BSc (Hons) Construction Project Management with Foundation Year
Whether you’re looking to start a career in construction and property, or you want to take your current career in the built environment sector to the next level, our HNC Construction course is ideal for you. On this course you will study a range of modules, from sustainable construction technology to management and project delivery – all of which are designed to develop your professional and technical competencies. You’ll also build your knowledge of the practicalities and legalities involved in delivering built environment projects.
By successfully completing this HNC Construction course, you’ll have the option to progress onto a number of built environment degrees, including Quantity Surveying, Construction Project Management, Building Surveying or Real Estate Development and Management. If you’re looking to get started in the built environment and build a strong foundation of knowledge in this area, or you don’t meet the entry requirements for direct entry onto one of our undergraduate degrees, this HNC qualification is perfect for you.
BSc (Hons) Construction Project Management
Are you passionate about shaping the built environment? Do you want to build the technical knowledge and skills needed for a recognised career role? Construction project managers oversee the entire construction process – from managing timeframes to navigating staff and stakeholder relationships. By gaining the skills to successfully plan, manage and implement the decisions and processes that keep built environments on track, you’ll be opening yourself up to some of the most exciting global career opportunities in the industry.
Accredited by both the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and the Chartered Institude of Building (CIOB), you’ll be educated to the highest industry standards. Guided by industry-experienced academic staff, you’ll study a range of modules designed to develop your professional, technical and interpersonal skills set so that you’re ready to hit the ground running as soon as you graduate.
“Salford has a reputation for high standards in all construction disciplines. I enjoyed the programme in its entirety and I was impressed by the support and encouragement offered by the staff.” Dale Sookoo, BSc (Hons) Construction Project Management.
BSc (Hons) Construction Project Management with Foundation Year
If you're interested in studying construction project management but would benefit from additional preparation, consider our BSc (Hons) Construction Project Management with Foundation Year course. By choosing to study a foundation year, you'll get the opportunity to build your confidence and study skills before progressing onto degree-level study.
Construction Clearing Industry Placements
Designed to get you industry-ready, teaching on our built environment and contruction Clearing courses is informed by current industry developments, as well as a network of industry contacts and links to exciting local construction projects. Throughout your course, you’ll have the opportunity to go on site visits, work on live briefs that enhance your real-world knowledge, and gain a practical context for your studies.
As part of our construction degree courses, you’ll have the chance to participate in an industrial placement between years two and three. You’ll be responsible for securing your placement and our tutors will support you, monitor your progress and assess your final placement report.
BSc (Hons) Construction Project Management degree student Mitchell Bowden is the latest in a line of Salford students who will be joining Morgan Sindall Construction in a permanent role after successfully completing a placement year.
“I’ve really enjoyed the real-life working experience. The placement has allowed me to put into practice everything that the university has taught me. Morgan Sindall Construction is heavily involved in lectures at Salford, and as part of one of my modules I gave a presentation to one of the company directors. When I applied for the placement role, I was lucky enough to be interviewed by the same director on my assessment day. I was then offered a position to work on the construction site for a new building on campus.” Mitchell Bowden, BSc (Hons) Construction Project Management