This course session is currently closed for enrolment/applications – it may be offered at a later date – please continue to check our website for updates.
Depending on successful completion and grade achieved, progression is by articulation to the second year of one of the following programmes at Ulster University: BSc Hons Real Estate or MSci Planning and Property Development. This course is the first step to becoming chartered in one of the Professional bodies within the Built Environment such as the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) or the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI).
Alternatively you may wish to undertake further study for a degree in another construction-related discipline or go into employment in the property or construction industry. (Please consult university admissions for entry to courses outside the progression routes named above.)
Applicants must have achieved a minimum of 56 UCAS tariff points in one of the following:
1. GCE A-level to include at least one specified subject at grade D or above;
2. A BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma or Level 3 Diploma or equivalent in a relevant area of study;
3. An Irish Leaving Certificate to include a minimum of four passes at grade C (Highers) and one at grade D (Highers) or above and to include one relevant subject;
4. A Scottish Higher Qualification to include a minimum of two passes at grade C or above with at least one in a relevant subject.
5. An approved University Access to HE Diploma course.
6. Alternative qualifications deemed to be appropriate by Ulster University.
Students are also required to have a minimum of 5 passes at GCSE grade C or above which must include English Language and Mathematics or university-approved equivalent.
Students with appropriate industry-related experience may be considered subject to the Accreditation for Prior Learning (APEL) policy requirements.
Applicants who do not have the specified minimum qualifications will be assessed on their ability to demonstrate, by virtue of experience and/or other studies, that they are capable of coping with the demands of the course.
Note: Students are advised to check with the Ulster University for articulation grades.
All fees are set in accordance with DfE regulations.
Planning Policy & Practice;
Introduction to Housing Studies;
Property Measurement & CAD;
Valuation Principles & the Economy;
Work-Based Learning (Placement).