If you're looking for a career change, a career in an exciting industry, or to be well-rewarded for your hard work, a career in construction management, quantity surveying or architectural technology could be just what you are looking for.
- Graduates in these areas are in demand
- Experienced professionals can earn between $80,000 - $140,000 dollars per year*
- Many of our successful graduates come from backgrounds in IT, trades, real estate, management and design.
*figures from Hays/NZIOB Salary Survey 2011
Apply now for Semester 1, 2014.
If you are interested in applying for one of these programmes below, or want to speak with a programme advisor about studying at Unitec, please contact Student Central on 0800 10 95 10 or email email@example.com.
Architectural technicians and draftpersons design and produce construction drawings for residential and commercial buildings. Use the latest computer technology and freehand drawing skills and learn from lecturers with professional industry experience.
Construction managers, project managers and property developers oversee activities on construction sites that can involve hundreds of workers and millions of dollars of materials. Develop the skills and knowledge to oversee supply chain, people and production management.
Quantity surveyors measure and estimate building work, and cost, price and tender for construction projects. Learn to manage the financial administration and cost control of projects under construction and deal with clients, builders, subcontractors and local authorities.