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January 19 intake is open for applicationEarly bird﹕14th December 2018
Application deadline﹕11th January 2019
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|What is Building Services Engineering ?|
in association with Leeds Beckett University, UK (Reg. No.: 252353)
|Introduction to the Course
The BSc (Hons) Building Services Engineering (top-up), is a part-time course concerned with the study of building services design set in the context of energy efficiency and the carbon reduction agenda.
The application of Building Services Engineering is multi-disciplinary and it is envisaged that, as in the professional world, graduates will carry out project work, which will facilitate dialogue with other members of the design and management teams. It is the development of novel technological and engineering solutions in meeting the carbon reduction agenda within the often contradictory constraints of economy and the law, which contribute to the academic challenge of the course.
As a result the course is characterised by parallel themes of management and project work. The management theme will develop students’ capabilities to take a managerial role in the field of Building Services Engineering, whilst the project modules will provide scope for integrative studies on practical engineering and design situations.
Each module worths 20 credit points except Major Design Project. The whole top up course comprises 120 credits. Each 20 credit points module spans over a semester. There are three semesters per year:
This course consists of 5 modules including 1 double module, being run with 2 modules per semester, and the total tuition fee is HK$79,000, which to be settled in 6 instalments (The 1st instalment is HK$23,000, and the 2nd - 6th instalment are HK$11,200 respectively). The application fee is HK$250 (non-refundable).
For more details, you may also refer to our leaflet.
*AIBE reserves the right of cancelation of programme due to insufficient enrolment number or special circumstances and the right of granting offer.
It is a matter of discretion for individual employers to recognize any qualification to which this course may lead.