Whether you’re interested in how to become a Building Surveyor, or going down a different career path, surveying equips you with a skill set that opens many alternative doors. Possible career areas include built heritage conservation, contracting, project and supply chain management and procurement.
IS BUILDING SURVEYING A GOOD CAREER CHOICE?
Both building and quantity surveying graduates are sought by a wide variety of employers for their transferable skills, commercial, financial and business acumen, and their technical abilities.
Building Surveyors can work for any employer who uses, adapts, maintains or services property as well as in surveying practice or local and national government.
Fields of work include:
Premises and home adaptation
There is a strong demand for Building Surveyors within the property and construction industries. Outside of these industries, the specialised skillset of a Building Surveyor is also in high demand. This means there’s a wide range of opportunities on offer for graduates who take this course.
Many of our surveying graduates currently hold senior positions in a variety of companies and organisations. A recent RGU graduate is employed by KPMG, whilst another is developing their career with Aberdeen Asset Management.
OSHC: 624GBP/ per year