Where To Study Quantity Surveying

If you have a mind for critical thinking, and solving problems and are passionate about the building and construction industry, then you might want to consider a career in Quantity Surveying. There are several institutions in South Africa that offer courses in Quantity Surveying.

The construction industry is a very lucrative career choice and quantity surveyors are always in demand.

Quantity Surveying is an important part of all construction and property management projects. Studying Quantity Surveying will open up a career path in the building environment and so much more. A programme in Quantity Surveying will provide candidates with a diverse set of abilities and more opportunities for leadership positions in the future.

Quantity Surveyors are responsible for managing all aspects of the project’s finances and contractual relationships of any new build. Essentially, you are part accountant, part architect, part engineer, part lawyer, and part business manager.

They are usually required to review building blueprints to analyze labour, material, and equipment requirements and then provide cost estimates for project owners and site managers.

A course in the quantity surveying field will enable graduates to apply various techniques and skills to building and civil engineering projects.

Below is a list of Institutions that offer programmes in Quantity Surveying:

  1. University of Johannesburg (UJ) – offers a Bachelor of Technology in Quantity Surveying
  2. Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) – offers a Bachelor of Technology in Quantity Surveying
  3. Durban University of Technology (DUT) – Bachelor of Technology in Quantity Surveying
  4. University of Cape Town (UCT) – Bachelor of Science in Quantity Surveying
  5. University of Pretoria (UP) – Bachelor of Science in Quantity Surveying
  6. University of Witwatersrand (WITS) – Bachelor of Science in Quantity Surveying
  7. University of the Free State (UFS) – Bachelor of Science in Quantity Surveying
  8. Nelson Mandela University (NMU) – Bachelor of Science in Construction Economics, Honours in Quantity Surveying
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A career in this industry is perfect for individuals who likes challenges that will sharpen their mind.

Should you be interested in pursuing a career in Quantity Surveying, any of the above-mentioned Institutions are worth considering.

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