Foundation in Built Environment

(R/582/3/0003) (05/22) (MQA/FA1894)

The Foundation is fast and serves as an excellent pathway that guarantees a smooth transition for those who have completed SPM or an equivalent school certificate to pursue a built environment degree programme.

Foundation in Built Environment

The Foundation In Built Environment introduces students to the various fields of study in the natural and built environments industry.
Graduates of this programme are eligible to continue Liverpool John Moores University, UK 3+0 degree in Real Estate Management, Construction Management or Quantity Surveying.

  • Real Estate Agent

    A real estate agent or broker is a person who represents sellers or buyers of real estate or real property. While a broker may work independently, an agent usually works under a licensed broker to represent clients.

  • Property Management

    Property management is the operation, control, maintenance, and oversight of real estate and physical property. This can include residential, commercial, and land real estate.

  • Real Estate Consultant

    A real estate consultant, also known as a real estate advisor, provides advice to clients—commercial real estate investors, lenders, or property developers—to help them make financial decisions about real estate transactions.

  • Facilities Management

    Facilities management includes: Lease management, including lease administration and accounting. Capital project planning and management.

  • Real Estate Valuation

    A property’s valuation determines its market value, and is one of the most important concepts in real estate investing.

SPM/ SPMV/ O-Level

5 Credits in any subjects


3Bs (including Mathematics)

English Requirement

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)

Year 1

  • Professional Academic Development Skills
  • English for Specific Academic Purposes
  • Introduction of Information Technology
  • Critical & Creative Thinking Skills
  • Mathematics & Statistics
  • Introduction to Technical Drawing
  • Integrated Project 1
  • Principles of Built Environment
  • Introduction to Economics of Built Environment
  • Principles of Building Science
  • Principles of Measurement & Estimating
  • Fundamental of Project Management
  • Communication Skills

Study Duration:
1 years course

**Modules are subjected to change without prior notice.
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February, June, September

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