Study with Salford in Sri Lanka

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The global property and construction industry provides rewarding career opportunities. Sri Lanka has experienced major development of residential and commercial space, and leisure and tourism facilities. With ongoing upgrades to infrastructure, this growth in construction is predicted to continue, with some rewarding career opportunities.
If you’re thinking about further study, or you want to specialise your skills for the construction industry, the University of Salford in partnership with the Colombo School of Construction Technology (CSCT), can help you to achieve this.

Advance Your Career with Salford

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Based in North West England and founded in 1896, the University of Salford has a rich history of innovation and long-standing industry connections. Once at the heart of Britain’s Industrial Revolution, we’re now equipping learners with 21st century skills, ready for the next technology-focused industrial revolution.

Ranked within the QS World Top 100 centres for architecture and built environment study, Salford is leading the research agenda, focusing on solutions for contemporary practice and furthering a vision for the sustainable urban environments that society will need in the future.

With our global focus in mind, we now offer postgraduate programmes in quantity surveying and project management in construction, delivered in Colombo and taught using Salford’s flying faculty approach. 

Colombo School of Construction Technology

Sri Lanka-based graduates

The Colombo School of Construction Technology (CSCT) is a modern higher education institution situated in Sri Lanka dedicated to supporting students who want internationally recognised education and qualifications in the construction industry.

Working in partnership with the University of Salford, CSCT bring to Sri Lanka British undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses in construction project management and quantity surveying.

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MSc Quantity Surveying

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With an increased focus on the environment and sustainability in the planning of construction projects, there is high demand for quantity surveyors who can provide a cost management service to the construction industry.

This postgraduate degree is accredited by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), so you will be educated to the highest industry standards. Over 12 months, you’ll learn how to organise and plan the procurement and financial management of construction projects. You’ll learn how to manage construction contracts and develop successful project teams.

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MSc Project Management in Construction

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The global construction industry needs more qualified professionals to successfully complete projects to client’s expectations and satisfaction. This postgraduate degree is designed to prepare you for a future role managing change in a fast-paced business and project environment.

With an emphasis on leadership in performance improvement, you will learn how to recognise the impact of processes, technology and people on the success of projects in the design, property and construction industries.

The course is accredited by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) and the Association for Project Management (APM), so you will be educated to the highest industry standards.

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