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University College of Estate Management (UCEM) is the UK’s leading institution for supported online learning within the real estate and construction sectors. They offer students a range of RICS and CIOB accredited degrees, all of which offer a route to Chartered status.
Supported online learning takes place through UCEM’s Virtual Learning Environment (VLE), allowing students to study wherever they are in the world, at whatever time works for them.
The following undergraduate programmes are available:
UCEM received a provisional acknowledgement in the 2017 Teaching Excellence Framework.
What’s happening on the VLE?
UCEM runs a variety of webinars, for more information click here.
For Undergraduate Webinars: Apply by 24 August 2020 start by 5th October.
UCEM aims to ensure all students get the most from their degree upon graduation, providing access to an online Careers Service that can be accessed through the Student Central portal. Through this, students can communicate with an advisor who will be able to help them achieve their goals. There is also additional guidance on putting together a CV, writing a cover letter and networking. In addition, access to the UCEM Job Shop provides students with details of work opportunities and internships.
All programmes are taught via supported online learning with professional support staff, as well as committed tutors who are practitioners in their fields. Programmes enable students to develop specialist skills, gain in-depth industry knowledge and gain a CABE, RICS and/or CIOB accredited degree. Professionally accredited and benefiting from strong links with employers, programmes are highly relevant to real estate and construction industries.
As students’ study using supported online learning, there are currently no clubs or societies available at the institution. However, graduates can join the Alumni Association, which brings together over 150,000 students worldwide.
As all programmes are supported online learning, there is no accommodation provided.
Technological advances mean there has never been a better time to continue your education through online learning. The university explores alternative media and new, interactive ways to learn, and continually invests in their online facilities to enhance teaching resources, tools and techniques through their online Virtual Learning Environment (VLE).
The VLE is the gateway to your learning journey and their global learning community. Turn on your computer, connect to the internet and it’s there. Take it with you when you need to – you can access the VLE on your mobile device, tablet or laptop on your coffee break, on the train, wherever you are.
The VLE contains your structured weekly learning for each module. Learning materials are provided through a variety of media ranging from e-textbooks, videos, infographics through to interactive e-learning resources which can support your study both on and offline. Join the conversation and hear a variety of perspectives and opinions – an essential part of gaining the widest range of insights you can take with you into the world of work.
The university’s online guidance from highly experienced tutors helps you to make the most of your learning experience, and dedicated professional services team provide regular support and information.
Through the VLE, you can also access the e-library, giving you access to ebooks, journals, articles and other online resources that you will need throughout your study.
Four weeks before you start a programme module, you will be given access to the induction module which will allow you to get used to studying using the Virtual Learning Environment. This module is compulsory for all students so it’s worth starting as soon as you are given access.
What’s happening on the VLE?
As learning is supported online, students can study from wherever they are in the world – whether Manchester, Madrid or Mumbai.
As students study using supported online learning, there are currently no clubs or societies available at the institution. However, graduates can join the Alumni Association, which brings together over 150,000 students worldwide.
The staff at UCEM strongly believe in providing students with all the support they need to complete their studies, and are with you every step of the way. Their academic staff are on hand to provide the guidance and support you need to complete your coursework and prepare for your exams.
‘Student Central’ is the main online area that as a student you will go to for all the queries you may have that are related to Student Services, including Finance, IT and the e-Library. Student Advisers will respond to all queries received within two working days, and if the answer to your question will take more than two days the team will keep you updated on what is happening, you will have your own area within Student Central where you can see all the questions that you have asked whilst you have been studying with UCEM. There is also an FAQ section that contains over 400 FAQs, so you can find answers to common queries.
2019/20 academic year:
Undergraduate BSc fees and dates
Apply by 2 September to start 30 September 2019
Apply by 3 February 2020 to start 16 March 2020
Fees: £1,125 per module x 17 modules (usually students undertake 2 modules per semester).
Total programme fee: £19,125
Undergraduate BSc with Foundation Year fees and dates
Apply by 26 August 2019 to start 23 September 2019
Apply by 2 March 2020 to start 30 March 2020
Fees: 2019/20 academic year:
£1,125 per module x 21 modules (usually students undertake 2 modules per semester).
Total programme fee: £23,625
The BSc Access module fees and dates are as follows;
2019/20: Apply by 2 September to start 30 September 2019
Fees: Autumn 2019 - £1,525
UCEM’s New Student Bursary Scheme
This helps new students who are able to demonstrate need. Open to all new students regardless of where they are from, it provides a discount on fees for the duration of the programme.
UCEM’S Redundancy Support
Provides a potential discount of up to 75% available for students who are out of work due to redundancy at the time of re-registration.
Principal’s Discretionary Fund
This bursary can be awarded to assist current UCEM students in financial difficulties who do not meet the criteria of UCEM’s other bursary schemes.
Working with leading professional bodies, UCEM’s programmes are designed to guarantee all students are equipped with the knowledge and understanding required to achieve Chartered status. These bodies include the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB), the Chartered Association of Building Engineers (CABE), the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) and Hong Kong Institute of Construction Managers (HKICM), with all bachelor and masters level programmes accredited by at least one of these bodies.
Entry requirements for UCEM can be found on their website.UCAS TARIFF CALCULATOR
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