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    Was interested to know if there are any universities which offer a course that deals with both construction management and architecture? I am not bothered which area is focused on more, as long as there is a course that includes both (if any)

    I know Leeds has a civil engineering/construction management course, but if I can find one that focuses on design rather than engineering, that would be great!
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    I dont know about the UK...
    but i guess you are more likely to find "Architecture AND construction man." rather than "WITH"; if you look up in UCAS. However, i can tell you for sure that they have what you are looking for in Australia. a great number of good universities in Aussie have Architecture WITH Construction management combined; but the course takes 4 or 5 years i think. thats all i know.
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    Do you happen to know which universities do?
    I am looking at ones in Melbourne and Sydney, and right now all I have seen is Deakin offering Architecture/Construction management, but Deakin is in Geelong + it isnt such a great uni
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    yah sure...
    since you're looking at ones in Melbourne or Sydney...

    the only one in Melbourne that i know is Deakin (which you already looked at).
    but there is also Monash Uni, they offer bachelors of Technology in Infrastucture, Design, and Construction management; all combined; and it takes 3 years. but im not sure if thats exactely what you're looking for. those are for Melbourne.

    However, speaking about Sydney; there is the University of New South Wales (supposedly superb), they have "Civil engineering With Architecture" combined; it takes 4 years. i know thats not exactely Construction, but relatively close.
    but if you are ready to spend 5.5 years to study (Arts + Civil Engineering + Environmental Engineering + Mechanics + Mechatronics + Materials + Mining ) All Combined in one digree, then thats in University of Wollongong, i think i went too far with the subjects lol. anyway, those are for Sydney.

    that is as close as i could get XD...!
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    (Original post by MoZeS)
    yah sure...
    since you're looking at ones in Melbourne or Sydney...

    the only one in Melbourne that i know is Deakin (which you already looked at).
    but there is also Monash Uni, they offer bachelors of Technology in Infrastucture, Design, and Construction management; all combined; and it takes 3 years. but im not sure if thats exactely what you're looking for. those are for Melbourne.

    However, speaking about Sydney; there is the University of New South Wales (supposedly superb), they have "Civil engineering With Architecture" combined; it takes 4 years. i know thats not exactely Construction, but relatively close.
    but if you are ready to spend 5.5 years to study (Arts + Civil Engineering + Environmental Engineering + Mechanics + Mechatronics + Materials + Mining ) All Combined in one digree, then thats in University of Wollongong, i think i went too far with the subjects lol. anyway, those are for Sydney.

    that is as close as i could get XD...!

    Check Monash, but that seems to be some kind of foundation course for a civil engineering degree?

    University of NSW was interesting, the degree you mentioned is a bit hardcore, but they do provide a Property+construction degree, which sounds great.

    The course at Wollongong sounds interesting, but I think it includes alot more than I actually want, so probably not the best choice.



    So far I have:
    Deakin - Architecture/Construction Management
    University of Melbourne - Bachelor of Environments (new generation)
    University of NSW - Construction/Property
    University of Technology Sydney - Bachelor of Construction


    All sound very interesting. Guess these will be my choices if I find nowhere good in England
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    The University of Sydney also has a pretty wide range of civil engineering degrees on offer. I guess the Design in Architecture and Project Engineering & Management specialisms would appeal most to you.
 
 
 
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