The four-year direct honours B.Sc. (Project & Facilities Management) programme combines management and technologically oriented subjects in a holistic and integrated manner. It is designed to develop leaders for the built environment sector.Core areas of study
Eligible B.Sc (PFM) undergraduates may opt for a second major in Management (offered by NUS Business School) or in Management (Technology) (jointly offered by NUS Business School and Faculty of Engineering). Students may also opt for a Double Degree Programme or MSc (Project Management) Concurrent Degree Programme.Polytechnic diploma holders who are granted Advanced Placement Credits (APCs) may complete the programme in 3.5 years.
Project Management and Facilities Management will continue to gain in importance as activities in all sectors of the economy become more complex. Organizations worldwide require efficient facilities and infrastructure to enhance productivity. The demand for building and infrastructure development in Singapore will continue to increase.
The combination of these two areas of knowledge relevant to different aspects of the process of developing and managing built facilities gives the graduates an essential versatility and a range of career options. Major Career paths include:• Project Managers
Our graduates have found employment in private and public sector organisations locally and internationally. They include:• Building and Construction Authority (BCA)
• Good grades in at least 2 subjects at H2 level or equivalent
• A good grade in Mathematics, Chemistry or Physics at H1 level; or 'O' level Additional Mathematics
• Good grades in relevant diplomas such as Facilities Management, Project Management, Green Buildings,
|NUS High School / International Baccalaureate (IB)||• Good grades in mathematics, Chemistry or Physics|
In the third year of this programme, students can go on Student Exchange Programme (SEP) with our partner universities such as Seoul National University, University of British Columbia, University of Manchester, Carnegie Mellon University and University of California (Berkeley).
Students can also participate in NUS Overseas College (NOC), a 1-year technopreneurship minor programme in Silicon Valley, New York, Shanghai, Stockholm, Bio Valley and many more.
Alternatively, students may opt to do a 12-week (May to July) internship module locally or abroad
In addition to the numerous scholarships offered at the university-level, the Department also offers scholarships and bursaries to eligible B.Sc. (PFM) undergraduates. These include the following:• Kong Mun Kwong Scholarship
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