Construction Industry: Stronger After Covid?
24 Feb 21
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Professor George E Holmes DL | President & Vice Chancellor
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Ellisse Vernon | BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing
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Forecasts indicate a shortfall in qualified built environment professionals, so choosing a course in this sector represents an excellent career decision. Built environment professionals include areas such as:
By studying the Construction course at the University of Bolton, you can gain an overview of the whole construction process, at the same time as developing your practical skills for your chosen career path.
The University has been delivering world-class, industry-led education in the built environment for over 25 years. Our courses have been recognised for their depth, detail and quality within the sector. They will give you a solid foundation to build your career and help you develop professionally. The University has excellent facilities, including a design studio with access to the latest Computer-Aided Design (CAD) and Building Information Modelling (BIM) software.
Your education at the University of Bolton is ‘Teaching Intensive, Research Informed’. The lecturers are active in research, have strong links with professional bodies and are well connected with national and international companies, including industry-leading organisations.
The benefit of gaining a degree in a sector where there is a shortfall in professionals is that when you graduate, your skill set is instantly desired by employers. This gives you a slight advantage against some of your University peers, as you will be in demand from employers.
The University’s School of Engineering is home to all of our Construction courses. If you would like to know more information about our courses at the University of Bolton, click here.