Course code: #MA-CIMGT
These are mandatory and all come with course.
The Master of Construction and Infrastructure Management at the Swinburne University of Technology aims to prepare graduates for future roles in managing people, equipment, materials, technological processes and funds in the construction, management and maintenance of buildings and assets in the civil infrastructure.
This aim is facilitated by the study of advanced management and engineering techniques in the fields of construction, building and maintenance.
Students gain significant knowledge and skills in procurement and project delivery, resource planning and management, project costing, health and safety, and risk management.
They also learn about the environmental, financial, legal and contractual considerations associated with project-based industries.
|Cost of living
|1 bed room
Swinburne English Language Intensive Course for Overseas Students (ELICOS) is designed to help you improve your English language skills to study or progress your career.
Swinburne offers two types of English language courses: General English and English for Academic Purposes.
General English is designed to improve your language skills for day-to-day situations. It can also prepare you for further English language studies.
English for Academic Purposes is designed to teach you the language skills needed to study at university.
It can help you meet the minimum English language entry requirements for entry to your chosen course at Swinburne.
IELTS or equivalent
|Approximate entry level
|IELTS 5.5 - 6.0 or equivalent
|EAP 5 - Higher Education - Undergraduate & Postgraduate
|IELTS 5.5 or equivalent
|IELTS 5.0 or equivalent
|GE 3 - EAP 3
|IELTS 4.5 or equivalent
|IELTS 3.5 or equivalent
Applicants are required to have completed one of the following:
• Bachelor (or higher award) in an approved discipline* from a recognised higher education institution or equivalent degree
• Graduate Certificate of Construction Management * Engineering (Civil or Construction); Building; Architecture; Quantity Surveying; Construction Management; another related engineering/ technology disciplines assessed as appropriate.
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