Features of the International Year One in Built Environment International Year One in Built Environment course offered by the Glasgow Caledonian University:
Grades from the programme do not count towards your final degree, but help the University determine whether you meet the specified progression grades for direct entry to your chosen degree programme.
Assessment is both formal and informal. Informally you will receive advice and feedback throughout your programme from your teachers. You will also be assessed by a combination of examinations at the end of each semester, and coursework which may include written assignments, reports, practical exercises, a design portfolio, group and individual research projects, presentations and problem-solving exercises.
Careers cover a wide spectrum across the design and operation stages of domestic, commercial, industrial and leisure building types.Course options:
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3 - 5 Terms (7 - 14 months)
You need the following IELTS score:
Minimum required score:
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The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
When you continue to your degree at GCU you may also qualify for a progression scholarship worth up to £5,000.
All students are welcome to apply, no matter what your background or financial circumstance.
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