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Undergraduate BSc (Hons)

Building Services Engineering (Top-Up)

Continue your studies after an HND or foundation degree in building services engineering, learning how to progress your career as an engineer or specialist project manager.

Building Services Engineering (Top-Up)

Course Overview

  • Institution code

  • Main location

    City Campus
  • Attendance

  • Duration

    18 Months
  • Start date

    16 Sep 2024

Study the development of innovative technological and engineering solutions in meeting carbon reduction and energy efficiency. You’ll look at how to apply these within the constraints of project contracts, time and costs.

You’ll work closely with local industry experts. This includes the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers, as well as a host of local and national companies.

All your studies will have substantial input from the Leeds Sustainability Institute. They have a strong reputation for producing ground-breaking research in low carbon buildings. You’ll also work alongside fellow students on a design and project brief. This will be for an extension development to our university's city centre Rose Bowl building.

As part of this project, you’ll be involved in practical engineering and strategic design solutions. These will be for the heating, ventilating, air conditioning, lighting and electrical services installations for the proposed building.

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

  1. Industry standard specialist facilities and local/regional site visits
  2. Opportunity to network with industry professionals
  3. Industry experienced expert teaching team
  4. Guest lectures delivered by industry professionals
  5. Part-time study available

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.