All UCEM undergraduate degree programmes map to professional pathways, providing a route to professional membership for our students.
Please note that from autumn 2020, UCEM will be making changes to its semester structure and module delivery as part of an ongoing commitment to provide an excellent student experience. If you enrol prior to autumn 2020, you will experience these changes as we move to a new structure and delivery model. You can find more information about the Transform Project here.
How will these changes affect me?
If you enrol prior to autumn 2020, you will experience these changes as we move to a new structure and delivery model. The changes you can expect to see will include:
➜ A simpler, more focused semester structure, where modules will be studied one at a time, in 9-week blocks
➜ More down-time from study
➜ A shift away from traditional methods of examination, towards online assessment in line with industry practice
➜ Visibility of assessment results prior to starting the next module, and the availability of in-year re-sits.
Top-Up Bachelor’s (Hons) Degree
Applicants with sub-degree (e.g. Associate Degree, Higher Diploma and BTEC Diploma) in the following subjects can transfer up to 200 credits to our BSc programmes. This is a total of 10 module exemptions.
- Building Surveying
- Building Services
- Building Technology
- Building Studies
- Building Construction Management
- Construction Management
- Construction and Property Management
- Construction and Surveying
- Construction and the Built Environment
- Built Environment
- Quantity Surveying
- Quantity Surveying & Construction Economics
- Estate Management
- Real Estate
- Property Management
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These programmes are registered with the Hong Kong Non-local Courses Registry (NCR). It is a matter of discretion for individual employers to recognise any qualification to which these programmes may lead.
These programmes are eligible programmes under the Extended Non-means-tested Loan Scheme administered by the Student Finance Office (SFO), Working Family and Student Financial Assistance Agency (WFSFAA).