Who we are
The Bartlett School of Graduate Studies, part of the renowned Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment, is the home of the MSc in Facility and Environment Management. The Bartlett has more top internationally-rated researchers in architecture and the built environment than any other English university (RAE 2008) and its teaching quality is rated as excellent.
The BCA Academy of the Built Environment is the education and research
arm of the Building and Construction Authority, Singapore.
Founded in 1984, the Academy offers a wide range of training and
education programmes tailored to the needs of the building and
construction industry. These programmes include courses for
professionals, management and executive personnel, and technical
In support of the national effort to transform Singapore into a green and sustainable global city, the Academy has initiated several training programmes to nurture and develop managerial and technical capability in such niche areas as green building design and technology, renewable energy, and sustainable facility and environment management. To enable our industry leaders and practitioners to learn from the experience and knowledge of leading experts, the Academy collaborates with established tertiary institutions (such as Carnegie Mellon University, Singapore Management University, UniSIM, UCL, University College London and Nottingham University) to conduct degree and post-graduate degree programmes, and executive courses.
UCL is a modern, outward-looking institution, committed to engaging with the major issues of our times. One of the world's leading multidisciplinary universities, UCL today is a true academic powerhouse.
UCL was ranked fourth in the world in this year's Times Higher Education-QS rankings. No fewer than 21 Nobel prizewinners have come from the UCL community.
UCL's 'Grand Challenges' work together right across the university in order to tackle the problems that face us today - in global health, sustainable cities, intercultural understanding, and human wellbeing. We believe in undertaking fundamental research and in applying it.
Students on UCL’s Facility and Environment Management course say:
“People said to me, it’s like a light has been switched on since you started the course.”
“Had it not been for the course, my performance would have been nowhere near the standard I produced – it provided me with an incredibly strong platform.”
How To Apply
Download the programme brochure.
Applications can be made by downloading the form. In order to accommodate the collaborative requirements of BCA and UCL, applications will first be sent in hard copy to BCA, and will then be forwarded to UCL for selection. Note that the electronic version of the application form cannot be submitted for this programme. The deadline for receipt of applications and all accompanying material is 27 May 2011.
Students will be notified of the success of their application by mid July 2011.
Frequently asked questions : FAQ
For information on tuition fees and subsidies, please refer to the BCAA website www.bcaa.edu.sg