Quantity Surveying (QS) is one of the fields in the surveying industry. Generally speaking, QS is about all money in the process of construction. Not only does quantity surveyor is a migration professional, but it also has great career prospects! For those who are interested in surveying, you should definitely consider a QS degree! AAS hereby introduce you the duties, prospects as well as related programs of QS for you!
Quantity surveyors are responsible for evaluating and checking the costs of a contraction or an architecture. Their duties are included from bidding to construction assessment review. By filed trips, laboratory work and placement. QS programs in Australia offer a golden opportunity for students to study construction management, cost plan, related policies and laws and so on.
The annual average salary of a quantity surveyor is AUD $75000. What’s more, the demand for QS workers in Australia has been increasing over years! To become a qualified quantity surveyor, you have to complete accredited degrees and pass the skills assessment by AIQS (Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors).
English language requirements
|Foundation + Bachelor of Urban Development||1 + 3 years|
|Bachelor of Urban Development||4 years|
|Master of Construction Management||2 years|
Queensland University of Technology, Bond University, University of New South Wales, Deakin University
Quantity Surveyor is on the MTLSSL (Medium and Long-Term Strategic Skills List). There are many types of visas that lead you to become a permanent resident in Australia.
You must have a positive skills assessment from AIQS (Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors).
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