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The multidisciplinary nature of this programme not only offers students advanced knowledge in their specialist areas, but also expands their perspective of the broader field of building services engineering. Students can take a combination of subjects to suit their careers and specialism developments, and they can also choose an appropriate dissertation project.
The application period for the 2015-16 Entry Scholarships for the Postgraduate Scheme in Construction and Environment was closed on 1 January 2015.
Primary Area of Study
- A Bachelor's degree with Honours in building services engineering, mechanical or electrical engineering, or the equivalent;
- A professional qualification, e.g. full membership of the HKIE or the CIBSE, plus work experience in any branch of building services engineering, such as design and consulting, contracting, building operation and maintenance, property development and management, or research.
Evidence of an employer's support or sponsorship is advantageous, and relevant work experience in a building services engineering-related role is preferred.