Undergraduate BEng (Hons)

Building Services Engineering

You’ll work towards graduate membership of the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE), learning how to create sustainable environments within buildings.

Building Services Engineering

Course Overview

  • Institution code


    L27
  • Main location


    City Campus
  • Attendance


    Part-Time
  • Duration


    5 Years
  • Start date


    18 Sep 2023

As part of your course, you'll:

  • Gain expertise in analysing building energy performance
  • Study the techniques behind low-carbon design and renewable solutions
  • Turn concept designs into reality
  • Learn how to recognise the complex needs of diverse clients and unfamiliar environments

If you study full-time, you’ll automatically become a student member of CIBSE.

You could study this course over four years and complete an integrated masters

 

You’ll be part of an exciting, driven study environment, attending free talks from industry leaders. These are hosted by Leeds Beckett University for CIBSE. They’re excellent professional development sessions and give you a great opportunity for networking. The talks give you access to employers and the chance to learn from experts in the field.

In your final year, you’ll complete a major design project. Your assessment panel for this project contains industry professionals. They’ll give you valuable, professional feedback on your work.

You’ll enhance your employability to companies around the world upon completion of your course. You’ll gain relevant experience in the industry and can apply for affiliate membership of CIBSE and attain Incorporated Engineer Status.

 
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Why study Building Services Engineering at Leeds Beckett University...

  1. Fantastic placements and sandwich year opportunities
  2. Industry standard specialist facilities and local/regional site visits
  3. Opportunity to network with industry professionals
  4. Industry experienced expert teaching team
  5. Guest lectures delivered by industry professionals
  6. Start on your path to becoming professionally accredited

Helping people to behave more sustainably Dr Fiona Fylan, a health psychologist and researcher at Leeds Beckett University, talks about her pioneering work to help people make better choices to support sustainability, whether they’re thinking about how they heat their homes, travel to school or work, or even how they drive.