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Information Management for Design, Construction and OperationUniversity of Reading
地點: University of Reading
課程長度: 12 months
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The management of complex information, using virtual design and construction, BIM, integrated project delivery approaches and intelligent facility and asset management, is no longer simply a specialist set of activities within construction work; it is increasingly central to the design, construction and operation of buildings and infrastructure. The management of construction is becoming inseparable from the management of information and information technologies; competitive edge, increased efficiency and productivity are being gained through the strategic use of information systems. The implementation and use of these approaches is transforming the way the built environment is delivered, and transforming the managerial competencies that the sector requires. The School of Construction Management and Engineering is one of the world’s leading university departments dealing with the challenges of the built environment. In the latest Research Excellence Framework (2014), 83% of our research is rated world leading or internationally excellent, and we are ranked 3rd in the UK for research impact in architecture, built environment and planning (Times Higher Education Institutions Ranked By Subject, 2014, based on its analysis of REF 2014). The distinctive focus is on the implementation and use of digital technologies in the construction sector. Clients, both public and private, expect integrated and meaningful information to be delivered alongside the physical product. Built environment professionals need to be able to understand information requirements across the life cycle, to develop and implement project and organisational level information management processes, and to manage a diverse range of data and interfaces through the construction process. This course provides an opportunity to develop expertise in the developing field of information management for built environment and infrastructure. It provides an introduction to fundamental academic subjects related to information management and an understanding of the latest theories and research, which inform emerging vocational practice across design, construction and operation. The course combines internationally-renowned academic and industry expertise with intensive practical learning, using state of the art technologies within the university's dedicated BIM laboratories and virtual reality facilities. The combination of fundamental understanding, exposure to cutting edge industry practice, and hands-on experience will provide you with the knowledge required to develop successful careers across the construction life cycle. The course is offered as a one-year full-time course, or as a flexible modular course over 24-63 months. Careers This course is intended for those who wish to develop specialist management expertise in the rapidly growing field of information systems in construction, digital project delivery and virtual design and construction. It is relevant for those seeking to move into specific roles in BIM or information management, as well as to provide a focused advanced management qualification for professionals who recognise the current and future importance of managing information effectively in the sector. This will appeal to both graduates and professionals from a variety of backgrounds, including: Project managers concerned with project information management Construction professionals responsible for the implementation of new technologies in projects and/or construction enterprises Business leaders with an interest in digitally-enabled construction Client representatives seeking to maximise the quality and value of asset information.
You are normally required to have a good undergraduate honours degree (or equivalent from a university outside the UK). If you have other qualifications and a number of years’ relevant work experience then you may also be eligible to apply. IELTS: 6.5 overall with no element less than 5.5 (or equivalent).
IELTS: 6.5 (6.5, all 6)
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Students from around the world arrive in Reading to study and one of the best places to start is the Student Helpdesk. There are also facilities to help with information about immigration and visas paperwork and support from the International Student Advisor that will be assigned to every student. Before students first arrive, there is an international Pre-arrival E-mentoring scheme to help them prepare for their time at Reading and basic facilities such as a university jargon buster for those to whom English isn't a first language. Cultural awareness programs help international students feel more at home and there is financial and budgeting advice available as well to help learn about the cost of life in the UK. Reading University Students Union (RUSU) is the representative of all students' interests within the university. It also operate a number of Junior Common Rooms, a radio station, newspaper and over 160 different groups and organisations. It operates the Student Union building on the Whiteknights campus, which has seating for 2000 people as well as two bars and a number of shops. Organisations include everything from dancing clubs to musical organisations. There is something for existing interests as well as taking up something new and even Open Mic nights at the bar and Live Band opportunities. There are over 50 different sports clubs as well as fitness facilities and plenty of fun ways to keep fit. Most of these are operated by the Student Union Sports Federation and take part in the inter-university BUCS league.