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Construction and the Built Environment

University Centre Farnborough

UCAS Course code HH21

Overview

The Higher National Certificate (HNC) is a university level qualification (Level 4) with a strong vocational emphasis. It is a nationally recognised qualification that equips you with the knowledge, understanding and skills needed to progress your career in Construction Management or the opportunity to progress to study at a higher level. The course is suitable for those wishing to pursue or develop their career in Construction Management. The awarding body is Edexcel.

Who is this programme for?

The HNC course is equivalent to the first year of a full time university-level programme. The course offers the opportunity to study close to home with fees significantly below the average for UK universities. For people currently employed in a related field, the HNC provides an opportunity to upgrade knowledge and skills whilst combining work and study. For some people, HNCs are a viable alternative to repeating A Levels, in an attempt to improve grades for university entrance, and can be a cost-effective alternative to a University Foundation Year (Year 0). Our supportive environment for learning will give you the best opportunity to succeed by providing you with individual attention whilst studying.

Award: HNC
Professional Qualification
1 Years Full Time
Taught in English

Entry requirements

Application through UCAS.

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