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Construction Management and Quantity Surveying

With over 40 years’ experience developing successful construction management and quantity surveying professionals, we pride ourselves on preparing graduates for a range of exciting career opportunities in the construction industry.

Our history of outstanding graduate employment is reinforced each year by a growing network of alumni making their mark on the built environment, both in the UK and around the globe.

Led by a diverse academic group embedded in industry through practice, consultancy and research, our professionally accredited courses have a strong industry and research-informed focus, linked with employability and collaborative working practices.

Our department’s international perspective helps in strengthening our reputation in the construction industry worldwide, and influences numerous construction and research projects. Our strong industry links, high-profile partnerships and broad range of expertise enable us to develop and support our students at every level, through undergraduate, postgraduate taught and research, distance learning, continuing professional development (CPD) and degree apprenticeship study routes.

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Newton and Arkwright

The University has invested a massive £90 million in the regeneration of two Grade II* listed buildings, Newton and Arkwright, at the heart of the City Campus. These buildings are home to many of our teaching and social spaces in addition to the Nottingham Conference Centre, and next to the Maudslay building where our academic offices and workshops are.


We're ranked sixth in the UK for our Building and Town and Country Planning courses (Guardian League Tables 2021)


We're first in the UK for the number of year-long placement undergraduates studying Building (HESA 2018/19)


91% of BSc (Hons) Construction Management Sandwich graduates who entered employment are in a 'High Skilled' role 15 months after finishing their degrees (latest Graduate Outcomes Survey 2017-18)

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