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BEng (Hon) Building Services and Sustainable Engineering

University of Central Lancashire
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Course UCAS code: KH22
Qualification type:
  • BEng (Hon), Full-time , Duration: 3 Years
Course Summary:
Learn how to apply modern, sustainable and energy-efficient engineering systems in built environments on a course that's well-respected by the building services industry in the UK and beyond. You'll graduate with the ability to analyse, evaluate and ultimately solve problems associated with the built environment and building services engineering after studying areas including engineering services systems, controls and plant, energy efficiency and sustainable design, and project, resource and energy management. As a full-time student you'll be encouraged to spend an optional 48-week sandwich placement in the industry (between Year 2 and 3) in roles such as CAD operator or draughts-person. Using the optional placement year furthers your professional knowledge and increases your employability. Our course is delivered and validated by UCLan at universities in Hong Kong, Singapore and Athens. Students may have the opportunity for overseas trips – in recent years we have taken students to Hong Kong for a week on exchange and also to the ASHRAE conference in the United States. A concrete design experience as well as operation and maintenance, can boost your opportunities for career development, whichever qualification route is followed. With the arrival of the new sustainable building design concepts such as intelligent buildings, natural lighting design and renewables, new career opportunities can open up for alternative specialisms.
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Year 1Compulsory modules: Engineering Analysis (30 credits), Engineering Design (30 credits), Engineering Science (30 credits), Building Services Engineering Fundamentals (30 credits) Year 2 Compulsory modules: Electrical Supply and Distribution (20 credits), Mechanical Services Design (20 credits), Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics 2 (20 credits), Computing (CAD) (20 credits), Design Project 2 (10 credits), Engineering Analysis 3 (10 credits), Lighting Installations and Design (10 credits), Civil Engineering Contract Law (10 credits) Year 3 Compulsory modules (80 credits): Systems Design (20 credits), Plant and Maintenance (20 credits), Engineering Dissertation (20 credits), Design Project 3 (20 credits). Optional modules (40 credits): Project Management (20 credits), Environmental & Safety Law (10 credits), Strategic Management in the Built Environment (10 credits), Intelligent Buildings (20 credits), Alternative Energy Technology (20 credits), Engineering Analysis 4 (10 credits)
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15 January

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Preston’s such a lovely student city – there’s something on each night and the prices are amazing, it’s really geared toward students. Warehouse and The Ship Inn saw the most of my nights out in town. It’s not really a bustling metropolis, but less distractions = more work done! And if you’re wanting a huge night, Liverpool’s about half an hour on the train and is amazing. My course is great, with fascinating, empathetic teachers who really support and encourage us, and the facilities are top notch. The Student Union is also incredibly supportive, and they always have time for us.

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Course Enquiries:
Tel. 01772 892400
Email. [email protected]

Course Enquiries:
Tel. 01772 892400
Email. [email protected]

 
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  • chloefarrell1's avatar by chloefarrell1 on 24th January 2019
    Honestly I could not recommend UCLan anymore than I am. I wholeheartedly believe that the lecturers are there to help you learn and grow as a person rather to just keep up rankings. You are made to feel like an individual and not just another student.
  • AliciaByrne's avatar by AliciaByrne on 24th January 2019
    I think uclan is a really good choice of uni for a take of students. They allow room for independent learning and have an incredible wealth of recourses while also offering the help anyone may need and hubs for information whenever you might need it.
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