Modern Methods of Construction - Micro-credential

The Postgraduate Certificate in Modern Methods of Construction is a one-year part-time course that aims to equip students with the key knowledge and skills needed to develop sustainable technological solutions to the challenges facing the construction and built environment sector in Ireland and elsewhere with a particular focus on modern methods of construction. This course will target individuals at multiple qualification levels wishing to upskill/reskill to meet the critical demand for skills in digital adoption, sustainability and modern methods of construction.

The Postgraduate Certificate in Modern Methods of Construction will enable prospective students to:

Develop skills and knowledge in sustainability, digitalisation and modern methods of construction;
Identify opportunities (and challenges) for innovation in the construction sector,
Continue their professional development to meet the future needs of the sector;

Application dates

Applications open from 1st April 2024.

Applications are made online via the University of Galway Applications System.

When completing your application please make sure to select the following categories:

Academic level: Postgraduate Certificate

College/Interest type: Adult Learning and CPD

Academic programme: Modern Methods of Construction (PG Cert)

A limited number of course places are funded by HCI Pillar 1 and early application is advisable. Applicants must self-declare that they meet the eligibility criteria at the time of course offer. A firm offer will be made on receipt of a completed self-assessment form. Details of eligibility criteria are available at the link below.

More details
  • Qualifications

    Postgraduate Certificate

  • Attendance type

    Part time,Blended

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