CSTT to sponsor 50 students!

CSTT to sponsor 50 students!

Year 13 students left in limbo by the COVID-19 crisis are invited to study on the UCEM BSc Access Module this summer at no cost to those sponsored by the CSTT

Year 13 students left in limbo by the COVID-19 crisis are invited to study on the UCEM BSc Access Module this summer at no cost to those sponsored by the Chartered Surveyors Training Trust (CSTT).


The University College of Estate Management Year 13 BSc Access Module programme is designed to provide school leavers with, an interest in the Built Environment, a unique opportunity to experience online undergraduate study and help in the transition between A-Levels (Level 3) and undergraduate study. Year 13 students will be supported through the training and upon successful completion of the module, would then have the option to continue their studies on one of UCEMs five BSc (Hons) degree programmes.


Terry Watts, CEO of CSTT said “The Built Environment offers a vast range of exciting and well paid careers for young people. We are delighted to sponsor 50 students through the UCEM Access Module and give them a flavour of what University study is like. Those who complete the course will earn their first points towards a degree in surveying should they wish to continue to a full Bachelor degree with UCEM. Either way they will have a great learning experience with one of the premier Higher Education providers supporting the Built Environment. I would encourage teachers and parents to make those in limbo after their A-Level exams were cancelled this summer aware of this unique opportunity.”


UCEM’s BSc Access Module Leader, David Hunt, added: “The access module is an excellent gateway to UCEM’s main disciplines, whether in building control, building surveying, construction management, quantity surveying or real estate management.


“It covers relevant technical skills that will prepare students for undergraduate study and taking one initial semester will allow students to experience online study at a higher level, before committing to a full bachelor-level programme. The programme is also unique, in that it enables those who complete the module successfully to count it towards the UCEM degree qualification of their choice.”


There is no time to lose! Year 13 students should head to the Year 13 BSc Access Module webpage for further details.
 
You can contact UCEM Admissions and Enquiries team on 0800 019 9697 and/or apply at any point via the online application form on our website.

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01/05/2020 15:08:54

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