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Earn a degree while
working at Kier
If you are looking for a way to study for a degree related to the built environment while earning a competitive salary, the Kier Degree Programme could be for you. The programme takes four to five years to complete and at the end of it you will receive a recognised BSc qualification with one of our partner universities. You will be permanently employed and gaining valuable work experience for most of the year. Kier will pay your tuition fees and release you to complete your studies in pre-determined residential block weeks,
During and after completion of the Kier Degree Programme, our trainees work in a variety of job roles including: quantity surveying, construction management, business development, building information modelling (BIM), health and safety, planning, estimating and civil engineering.
What you need to know
What qualification is right for you?
BSc Construction and Commercial Management - Covering a broad selections of subjects, this degree prepares you for roles including construction management, planning, BIM, estimating, and health & safety. You will be part of the site team liaising with subcontractors, planners, quantity surveyors and operatives to ensure that the project runs smoothly, safely, according to the plans and on time.
BSc Quantity Surveying and Commercial Management - As a quantity surveyor, you will play a key role in a construction project, managing the costs from the early design plans, through to completion. Your priorities will be to make sure that projects meet legal and quality standards and that clients get good value for money.
BSc Civil Engineering - As a civil engineer you will be the key technical person involved in the designing, planning and managing of construction projects, able to think both creatively and logically to resolve design and development problems.