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What is the qualification requirements for master degree in construction management?
The entry requirements for the Advanced Engineering Management MSc: Construction Management course are as follows:
A minimum 2.1 BEng (Hons) or equivalent from a recognised institution.
Applicants with professional qualifications and work experience would also be considered on a case-by-case basis, as well as applicants with BSc (Hons) degrees in Physical Sciences and Technology based subjects.
Business School English language requirements apply (IELTS 6.5 with no less than 6.0 in any band).
Hope this helps,
What are the necessary documents i will need to apply for LLM in your university?
Applicants should have a good Honours degree in law, or a degree in another discipline augmented with a pass in the Common Professional Examination.
International qualifications that are equivalent to a UK Honours degree in Law will be considered. You can learn more about international entry requirements through the website.
If your first language is not English you must provide an English language qualification. Recognised qualifications include:
- IELTS: 7.0 with no less than 6.5 in any band
You can learn more about our LLM programmes here.
Best of luck!
I want to International development course
If you want to study a course in International Development, have a look on the IDD pages of our website to see which course best suits your interests.
MA Cuneiform studies looks interesting, but as it is s highly specialized course of study have never cone across it at bachelor’s level? What are chances of a student from History/Classics background only, succeeding in such a course!
Cuneiform Studies sits within Classics, Ancient History and Archaeology so you should be fine!
Masters study often presents a good opportunity to specialize and to look into a subject in greater depth than one was able at undergraduate level.
Best of luck!