BTEC HND in Construction & Built Environment (Civil Engineering)


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HND in Civil Engineering leading to B.Sc. (Hons)/ B.Eng. (Hons) from the UK Universities.


The Edexcel - UK's BTEC HND in Civil Engineering offered by BCAS provides an excellent opportunity to students to gain a thorough understanding in the field of Civil Engineering.  The course provides the required training to acquire the skills to fit into the construction industry competently and confidently. Construction is perhaps the only eternal of industries in the world. It must exist as long as the man needs dwellings and business premises for his survival.  They are in numerous forms - houses, apartments, shopping malls, warehouses, hotels, highways, dams etc. etc. and the list is endless. With Civil Engineers are much in demand for the world's construction projects, career opportunities are ample and aplenty. Those who complete this course will be able to earn handsomely.  Most employers prefer candidates with knowledge of AutoCAD.  We provide that training as well.

 

Get yourself armed with the BTEC HND qualification in Civil Engineering and become somebody in the perpetual construction industry. Upon successful completion of BTEC HND in Civil Engineering students are facilitated to progress onto top-up degrees in Civil Engineering at reputed universities in UK, Australia etc by BCAS Study Abroad. Students can also look forward to get some scholarships to complete their top-up studies overseas


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Programme Structure



1st Semester

Unit

Module

Level

02

Construction Technology

L4

03

Science & Materials

L4

07

Surveying, measuring and setting out

L4

08

Mathematics for construction

L4

 

 

2nd Semester

Unit

Module

Level

01

Individual Project

L4

04

Construction practices & Management

L4

06

Construction information (Drawing, Detailing, Specification)

L4

20

Principles of structural design

L4

 

 

3rd Semester

Unit

Module

Level

22

Group project

L5

29

Geotechnics & soil mechanics

L5

28

Further mathematics for construction

L5

43

Hydraulics

L5

 

 

4th Semester

Unit

Module

Level

22

Group project

L5

30

Advanced structural design

L5

37

Environmental assessment & monitoring

L5

42

Highway engineering

L5

 

 

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REMARKS:

 

1. Acceptance of your application by the respective counsellor/admission officer does not guarantee the admission to your chosen course.

 2. All applications for admission must accompany certified true copies of all supporting documents as listed in the application form and/or advised by the counsellor/admission officer.

3. Incomplete applications will not be considered for admission and will be differed to the next available batch or until such time the missing information is supplied.

4. Final decision on your application rests entirely with the admission board of the relevant university or the awarding body. All what BCAS will do is facilitate the admission process and it does not have any say on the final outcome. 

5. After admission is confirmed, if any information given in the application form is found to be incorrect/ inappropriate or any document is found to be faked or doctored, your admission will be revoked forthwith.  You will thus be barred from getting admission to any other course with BCAS in the future.

6. By signing the application form you are agreeing to be bound by all the rules and bylaws of BCAS and your admission may be withdrawn should you fail to comply with any of them.

7. It is solely your responsibility to verify the recognition of the qualification to be awarded at the successful completion of the course  by any other local/international bodies in Sri Lanka and/or any other countries.

 8. You are hereby made aware that any changes brought about by countries/ local or international bodies or organizations in the future pertaining to the recognition of the qualification are beyond the control of BCAS and hence it (BCAS) cannot be held responsible under any circumstance in such a development.