BSc(Hons) Quantity Surveying & Cost Management 3+0

(R/526/6/0030) (03/25) (MQA/FA1973) Quantity surveyors are professional financial & contractual advisors to the construction industry. As financial advisors, they estimate and monitor construction costs, from the feasibility study stage through to the completion of the construction development project.

BSc(Hons) Quantity Surveying & Cost Management 3+0

This course is the only private 3+0 Quantity Surveying degree accredited by MQA and Board of Quantity surveyors Malaysia (BQSM). This programme is fully accredited by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). The graduates are able to register as Registered Graduate Quantity Surveyor with BQSM.

  • Construction

    Quantity surveyors are responsible for managing all aspects of the contractual and financial side of construction projects. They help to ensure that the construction project is completed within its projected budget.

  • Developer

    A QS is often called in at the feasibility stage to advise the developer or his lenders on the likely construction cost of the project and the most economical way of achieving project requirements.

  • Arbitration

    A system of dispute resolution selected by the world’s leading international companies By inserting an arbitration clause into their agreements with trading partners, they opt to have disputes decided by ‘arbitral tribunals’ rather than litigating them in national courts.

  • Financial Institution

    All developers and some extent owner builders, that require finance for their proposed developments come across the same conundrum: the finance institution requires an approved qualified quantity surveyor to carry out a ‘due diligence’ test on the costs associated with the project and the ‘parties’ involved in the delivery of the project.

  • Consultancy

    Also known as cost consultants, quantity surveyors ensure building projects remain within budget. They provide cost and material estimates, draw up projected budgets, and work alongside a team, noting any design changes and their effect on cost. Quantity surveyors often liaise with builders, architects, engineers, and other contractors.

  • Oil & Gas

    Inspection services are hired all the time to verify both the quantity and quality of oil shipments. It is a routine practice. To put things in perspective, a 1% “error” on a VLCC cargo of crude oil is worth over $1 million. The task is too important to rely on a service that is unproven.


Minimum Grade C (2.00) in THREE (3) subjects.

Foundation programme

Minimum CGPA of 2.50


Minimum Grade B in FIVE(5) subjects (including Mathematics, Bahasa Malaysia and English)


Minimum Grade D in THREE(3) subjects (including Mathematics)

Matriculation programme

Minimum CGPA 2.50

Any ONE of the following English Language Requirements or its equivalent to enter the programme:

MUET: Band 3

IELTS: 5.5

PTE: 42

SPM English: Credit

STPM English 914: Grade C

STPM English 920: Grade D

GCE ‘O’ Level : Credit

TOEFL: 520 (paper) / 190 (computer) / 68 (internet)

Study Duration: 3 years 4months including internship (16 weeks)

**Modules are subjected to change without prior notice. Terms & Conditions apply

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