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Master of Science Construction Project Management

Course Length (Study Mode)
12 Months (Full-Time) / 16 Months (Part-Time)

Modules            8 Modules + Dissertation

Intake                September 2017, February/May 2018


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The programme aims to develop understanding of the management functions required of and by organisations and projects in construction, including the full spectrum of the development process. This requires students to be able to comprehend and engage in case studies of the process., through which buildings and works of civil engineering are created and supported with building information modelling, and, in particular, analyse the environmental, economic, technical, and legal constraints of construction.
Upon programme completion, students in Master of Science Construction Project Management will be equipped to:
-Justify solutions for those concerned with construction organisations and the procurement, design, production and maintenance of construction works;
– Apply variance and unpredictability within projects and integrate work into the context of the wider economic, market and social environment in relation to professional practice;
– Develop products and safe systems of work that protect the health and safety of those affected by the construction industry;
– Demonstrate an awareness of sustainability and develop strategies to minimise the impact of the development process on the natural environment.



It’s not easy to juggle job & studies but the lecturers has been helpful & accommodating. The non teaching staff have been helpful in attending to my needs too. Therefore I’m extremely happy with the education & service that Auston is offering me.

Mr Chalith Kariyawasam, Asst Maintenance Engineer, A Semiconductor Co.

What will I study

Construction Contract Law

Managerial Finance for the Built Environment

Project Management Principles

BIM in Design Co-ordination

Construction Procurement

Construction Project Management Practice

Sustainability in the Built Environment

BIM in Construction Operations



What you should know

Graduation and Progression

Students will be awarded with a Master of Science Construction Project Management by University of the West of England upon completion of the programme.

Mode of Delivery

Lectures, tutorials, seminars, example workshops, outside speakers, computer-based learning packages, group discussion and presentations and student centered learning.

Entry Requirements

Applicants with any of the following qualifications will be considered for admission:

  • Bachelor Degree in relevant fields
    (Construction Project Management, Engineering and Facilities management)

    **Applicants whose first language is not English or whose previous qualification was not taught and assessed in English must provide evidence of attainment in English Language by achieving an IELTS 6.5 or an equivalent qualification.

    *All applications are subjected to the approval of University of the West of England

Course Fees

Tuition Fees

The tuition fee covers university registration, admin fee, tuition fee, study guides. Auston Institute absorbs FPS and Medical Insurance fee.

  • Programme fee for full-time: SGD 27,218
  • Programme fee for part-time: SGD 22,250.17 (after discount given)

Non-tuition fees:

Non-refundable application fees are as follows:

  • Application fees for Singaporean/ PR: SGD 100
  • Application fees International Student: SGD 450

* All prices are subject to 7% Goods & Services Tax (GST).
* Medical Insurance is excluded for part-time students.
* All fees are subjected to change annually.



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Auston Institute of Management
50 Ophir Road, #02-00, Church Of Our Lady Of Lourdes Singapore, 188690
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