New Building Information Management MSc receives RICS accreditation
Property and Construction 4 April 2014
Our new MSc course will equip construction professionals with the knowledge and skills to operate in the changing construction workplace.
“Understanding the concepts and culture behind a collaborative, data rich BIM environment is becoming one of the key skills required by employers,” said Robert Klaschka, Director of Studio Klaschka. “Courses that address this will provide students with a significant advantage in the future work environment.”
Professional accreditation is an important factor for students to consider when selecting a course to study, as it reassures students that the course is respected by the profession they currently work in or wish to enter.
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