- Dr Alex Opoku
- Programme Leader
- +44 (0)20 3108 3060
- Mr Andrew Wilkinson
- Teaching and Learning Administrator
- +44 (0)20 7907 4629
The programme addresses the design and technology of buildings and the management of the construction process through four main subject themes: management; technology; construction production process and business environment.
For entry requirements with other UK qualifications accepted by UCL, choose your qualification from the list below:
BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma (QCF) or BTEC Level 3 National Extended Diploma (RQF - teaching from 2016) with Distinction, Distinction, Distinction.
Pass in Access to HE Diploma, with a minimum of 28 credits awarded with Merit in the Level 3 units.
D3,M1,M1 in three Cambridge Pre-U Principal Subjects
ABB at Advanced Highers (or AB at Advanced Higher and BBB at Higher)
Successful completion of the WBQ Advanced Skills Challenge Certificate plus 2 GCE A-Levels at grades ABB.
In addition to A level and International Baccalaureate, UCL considers a wide range of international qualifications for entry to its undergraduate degree programmes.
UCL Undergraduate Preparatory Certificates (UPCs) are intensive one-year foundation courses for international students of high academic potential who are aiming to gain access to undergraduate degree programmes at UCL and other top UK universities.
Typical UPC students will be high achievers in a 12-year school system which does not meet the standard required for direct entry to UCL.
For more information see: www.ucl.ac.uk/upc.
If your education has not been conducted in the English language, you will be expected to demonstrate evidence of an adequate level of English proficiency. Information about the evidence required, acceptable qualifications and test providers can be found on our English language requirements page.
The English language level for this programme is: Standard
A variety of English language programmes are offered at the UCL Centre for Languages & International Education.
A strong vocational focus: a proportion of the teaching staff have previous/current industry experience. Teaching is supported by specialists from industry and a programme of visiting speakers.
The School has flourishing links with industry and is able to support students in finding summer work placements which will enhance your studies and may lead to future employment.
The degree is accredited by both the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) and the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).
Studying in central London provides unrivalled access to building projects and potential employers. London's financial centre continues to create demand for exciting, cutting-edge examples of construction activity.
This programme is accredited by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB). Graduates are eligible for RICS membership after completion of the Assessment of Professional Competence (APC). The CIOB's Professional Development Programme is available to graduates who wish to progress to chartered membership.
There are four main integrated subject themes running across the course: 1. Management 2. Technology 3. Construction Production Process 4. Business Environment
Focusing on the project management of capital projects, this programme develops your understanding of the construction development process, from clients developing their requirements, through the design, procurement and construction stages, to the final occupation and maintenance of the new facilities. You will learn about construction from the perspective of the contractor and from the perspective of clients, funders, and designers.
The programme addresses the design and technology of buildings and the management of the construction process through four main subject themes: management; technology; construction production process; and business environment.
The student-led UCL Construction and Property Society provides an opportunity to observe construction within and outside the UK through field trips and site visits.
An indicative guide to the structure of this programme, year by year.
All first year modules are compulsory.
All second year modules are compulsory.
All final year modules are compulsory.
Across the modules there are a range of teaching methods including lectures, seminars, group project work and field trips. In some modules you will work in groups and give presentations of your work, replicating the co-operative teamwork characteristic of the industry.
You will be assessed using a variety of assessment methods including examinations, in class tests, coursework, day assessments, project work and presentations. Most modules use a combination of assessment methods, and weighting for each type varies depending on the module.
Detailed course descriptions are available on the department website: Project Management for Construction BSc.
In addition to the main themes of construction technology and project management, the programme provides a solid foundation in economics, law and general management.
Former graduates have found that they are in great demand from a wide range of employers in project and construction management, contracting companies and other professional organisations.
UCL is commited to helping you get the best start after graduation. Read more about how UCL Careers and UCL Innovation and Enterprise can help you find employment or learn about entrepreneurship.
The fees indicated are for undergraduate entry in the 2020/21 academic year. The UK/EU fees shown are for the first year of the programme at UCL only. Fees for future years may be subject to an inflationary increase. The Overseas fees shown are the fees that will be charged to 2020/21 entrants for each year of study on the programme, unless otherwise indicated below.
Full details of UCL's tuition fees, tuition fee policy and potential increases to fees can be found on the UCL Students website.
There is currently an optional field trip for students during 1st, 2nd and final year of study. These field trips are highly recommended as they are linked with assignments. Students should budget for £150.00 for each trip. While travel and accommodation are paid for by the department, students pay a registration/commitment fee of between £20-£50. The remainder of the budget is for their own social activities and outings.
Other than the optional field trips, this pogramme does not have any additional costs outside of purchasing books or stationery, printing, thesis binding or photocopying. A guide including rough estimates for these and other living expenses is included on the UCL Fees and funding pages. If you are concerned by potential additional costs for books, equipment, etc., please get in touch with the Programme Administrator, Andy Wilkinson, by
Various funding options are available, including student loans, scholarships and bursaries. UK students whose household income falls below a certain level may also be eligible for a non-repayable bursary or for certain scholarships. Please see the Fees and funding pages for more details.
Funding may be available from the Bartlett School of Construction and Project Management or Bartlett Faculty Office.
Funding opportunities relevant to the department may appear in this section when they are available. Please check carefully or confirm with the programme contact to ensure they apply to this degree programme.
The Scholarships and Funding website lists scholarships and funding schemes available to UCL students. These may be open to all students, or restricted to specific nationalities, regions or academic department.
Page last modified on 12 March 2020