Why study MSc Facilities Management?
Facilities Management is responsible for coordinating all efforts relating to planning, designing and managing buildings and their systems, equipment and furniture to enhance the organisation’s ability to compete in a rapidly changing world. It involves the integration of multi-disciplinary activities with the built environment and the management of their impact upon the people and the workplace.
The MSc/Diploma in Facilities Management develops competencies and skills to enable its graduates to manage facilities effectively for a changing business world. Facilities Management provides proactive support and dynamism to the core business of an organisation through a coordinated and well managed approach to secondary business functions. Graduates from the course will gain the skills necessary to fully realise the potential of facilities management in providing effective and productive environments which meet the needs of today’s businesses.
The growth of facilities management offers great opportunities for FM professionals who are competent in the core roles required for 21st Century facilities management. The course is fully accredited by both the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and the British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM). The course comprises 5 core modules and 3 elective modules, thoroughly exploring the full range of professional FM competences.