Construction & The Built Environment Higher National Certificate
Higher National Certificate Construction & The Built Environment (Construction)
How will I be assessed?
The method of assessment varies between units and includes individual and group coursework, presentations, reports, professional practice portfolio etc. Much of the study will require work outside of formal classes, so self-motivation and good time management skills are essential. As a guideline you are advised that a 15-credit unit approximates to a learning time of 150 hours.
The HNC in Construction and The Built Environment is equivalent to Year 1 of a Degree. Many universities will accept students with HNC to Year 2 of a BA/BSc Honours Degree, depending on the match of the units to the degree programme in question.
UCAS course search https://digital.ucas.com/search will enable you to explore options for courses available throughout the UK.
The course fees for all students will be £3250 per annum for 2023/24. Details of the student finance available for all higher education students can be found on the student finance website www.gov.uk/student-finance.
Note this course is classed as part-time HIGHER EDUCATION.
This course is available to study as part of an Apprenticeship. You will need to have an employer within the Construction field and course costs can be covered from their Apprenticeship Levy.
Additional Course Costs
*Note – All costs may be subject to change and may vary dependent on place of purchase