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Quantity Surveying is the expert profession on construction costs and contracts by managing the entire life-cycle of a project to ensure efficient and effective production.
Did you love Legos as a kid and always built big and complex structures instead of leaving them lying around? Were you the treasurer of your class or maybe society back in school? Maybe you were always given the task of calculating or estimating how much a project would cost. Were you always good with money (not good at spending it, but good at being economical of course!) If this sounds like you, then you should consider a career in quantitative surveying.
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Public Building, Sustainable & Civil Engineering
Sustainable Mechanical & Electrical Engineering
Principals of Accounting
Construction Technology I
Fundamental Of Programming
Professional Practice I
Quantity Surveying I
Technical Drawing and CAD
There is an ample demand for Quantity Surveyors in Malaysia and around the world, especially in developing countries as they are needed throughout the entire lifecycle of a construction project.
With so many degree options out there, here are some top reasons why you should study Quantity Surveying:
Quantity Surveyors directly deal with clients so you will build good communication skills throughout this process.
This position is in very high demand all over the world, whether in first world or third world countries, as governments constantly want to develop their country by having more modern facilities and skyscrapers.
If you love the feel of sun on your skin but not for too long, then you’ll love this job. You will get to work both indoors and outdoors, giving you flexibility in your job.
“If I cannot overwhelm with my quality, I will overwhelm with my quantity.”
Full passes in three relevant subjects listed in Schedule A
Pass in three relevant subjects listed in Schedule A
ATAR 70 and Grade B in two relevant subjects which must include one Mathematics subject
70% average in 6 relevant subjects which must include one Mathematics subject
6 grade Bs which must include either Bahasa Malaysia or English, with minimum grade C in the other subject – five other subjects listed in Schedule A
Important Note: If you opt to study a Diploma in Quantity Surveying and continue your degree at the same institution, you will most likely get a one-year exemption. This means that you can enter degree year 2 after diploma.
It is not necessary for you to do your postgraduate or be a professional. You can opt to work straight after degree, although the salary would be lower.
You’re the kind of person who notices the odd stain on an otherwise clean shirt or t-shirt and don’t want to use on a date or an important meeting because even if they don’t notice you, you’ll know! Suffice to stay, you pay attention to the smallest of details. In fact, the smaller the detail, the bigger the significance it has, to you at least.
You knew exactly what you wanted to become back in secondary school. So much so, that you have your entire plan mapped out, from your pre-university course till your Master’s. You know exactly where you want to study, how much it’s going to cost (down to the last cent), and what subjects you’ll have to grapple with. Then why are you here? Well to double-check with the best education site in Malaysia of course!
When you’re headed out with friends, you know exactly how much you’re going to spend, and you try to have as much fun as possible within that same amount. They aim to get the best results at the least cost and with the lowest impact on the environment possible.
You’re the one who everyone wanted to ‘borrow’ add maths homework from, back in school (But of course you said no, because that wouldn’t be right!) While everyone else struggled with maths as they fumbled with fingers all out, slowly curving one by one into their palm, you already finished all the sums, checked the answer (A formality) and packed your bag to head home.
Planning And Development Surveyor
Commercial/ Residential Surveyor
Below are a few of the top Quantity Surveying firms in Malaysia.
Do note that all courses should be accredited by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA). Click here to check if the course you choose is accredited. For a start, here are some of the most popular Quantity Surveying schools in Malaysia.
Kuala Lumpur3 Courses
Petaling Jaya1 Course
Dec 05, 2019
Nov 14, 2019