Study a master's in construction

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Study an accredited construction master's from the University of Salford to elevate your career. 

Our construction master's are taught in our new £65 million building with specialist spaces minutes from Manchester city centre, home to the UK's largest property and construction market outside of London. 

You'll engage with the industry through guest speakers, networking events, site visits and live projects. If you choose MSc Project Management in Construction, you'll have the opportunity to complete a 9-month paid placement.

Ready to take the next step?

Discover how to apply to study a construction master's at Salford. 

Explore our postgraduate construction courses

MSc Project Management in Construction

During this course, you'll develop your project management skillset in relation to construction. The course focuses on integration in projects and leadership performance improvement. There's also an opportunity to complete a 9-month paid placement as the final assessment of the course.

MSc Project Management in Construction

MSc Construction Management

Build the skillset needed to lead exciting projects and developments with our triple accredited MSc Construction Management. The course blends sector trends and industry needs to deliver career-enhancing opportunities. 

MSc Construction Management

Why choose Salford?


Benefit from real-world learning opportunities including guest lectures, live projects and an optional 9-month placement if you study MSc Project Management in Construction.


Join 4,500 other international students on our vibrant global campus, with expert support services, a dedicated faith centre and opportunities to explore your passions.


Get up to £3,000 scholarship to fund your studies. You can also spread the cost of tuition across 7 monthly instalments.


Our courses are triple accredited by the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) and Association for Project Management (APM).


Study in our new £65 million building with specialist computing spaces with a dedicated heavy structures lab.


Choose to start your studies in January and September.