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Diploma of Built Environment

Program overview

Whether you’re looking for a pathway to an undergraduate degree or contemplating a career change, Bond University College’s diploma programs are the ideal steppingstone to university studies.

To help you manage your transition to study, our flexible program allows you to customise your subject load – starting with one or two subjects part-time and building to full-time as your confidence grows. Alternatively, you can complete the diploma in just eight months studying full-time and start your chosen bachelor’s degree at the third semester mark.

The Diploma of Built Environment is a direct pathway into undergraduate studies in property, construction management and quantity surveying, project management and architecture. It offers a broad understanding of planning processes, building structures, land economy and the environment, with the option to tailor your program to suit your future study plans.

One of the key benefits of opting to start your university studies with a diploma is the extra support Bond University College offers. You’ll be well prepared for academic study in your first few weeks with an intensive skills program that covers essay writing, critical reading, study techniques, time management and more. There’s more face-to-face teaching time in small group classes. And you’ll have access to one-on-one tutoring, workshops and targeted study help through the Academic Skills Centre.

Program code: CO-00018

CRICOS code: 098537A

Program overview

Whether you’re looking for a pathway to an undergraduate degree or contemplating a career change, Bond University College’s diploma programs are the ideal steppingstone to university studies.

To help you manage your transition to study, our flexible program allows you to customise your subject load – starting with one or two subjects part-time and building to full-time as your confidence grows. Alternatively, you can complete the diploma in just eight months studying full-time and start your chosen bachelor’s degree at the third semester mark.

The Diploma of Built Environment is a direct pathway into undergraduate studies in property, construction management and quantity surveying, project management and architecture. It offers a broad understanding of planning processes, building structures, land economy and the environment, with the option to tailor your program to suit your future study plans.

One of the key benefits of opting to start your university studies with a diploma is the extra support Bond University College offers. You’ll be well prepared for academic study in your first few weeks with an intensive skills program that covers essay writing, critical reading, study techniques, time management and more. There’s more face-to-face teaching time in small group classes. And you’ll have access to one-on-one tutoring, workshops and targeted study help through the Academic Skills Centre.

Program code: CO-00018

CRICOS code: 098537A

About this program

The Diploma of Built Environment provides a foundation for a career in various property sectors. This program enables students to specialise in either property or construction management and quantity surveying.

Successful completion of the program provides students with a pathway to most Bond University undergraduate degrees, with a possible 80 credit points credited towards their next program of study. Students are advised to check the degree study structures online to confirm for which subjects they may receive credit.

What you'll be studying

  • Study overview

    In the Diploma of Built Environment, you’ll be going to lectures with undergraduate students but attending tutorials specifically for diploma students.

Program features

  • The full Bond experience

    Bond University College students have access to all campus facilities, resources, and student support services. Your Student Activities membership includes the gym, pool, sporting facilities, on-campus clubs, and societies and more. You can get help from the Academic Skills Centre, Career Development Centre, and Student Services. And you have full use of the libraries, IT services, computer labs and multimedia learning centre.

  • More personalised support

    Bond University is known for its small, personalised classes but at Bond University College you’ll get even more support with additional face-to-face teaching, tutorials just for diploma students and a dedicated admin team.

  • Ease into tertiary study

    Our diplomas are a great way to transition from work to study. Start with a part-time study load and gradually build up to more as you feel more confident.

  • A seamless transition

    Our diploma programs are fully articulated with our bachelor’s degrees meaning your transition to your undergraduate studies will be seamless. All of the subjects you complete as part of your diploma will count towards the relevant bachelor’s degree, so you’ll start your undergraduate program at the third semester mark.

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Inherent requirements

Inherent requirements are the essential abilities, knowledge and skills required to successfully complete the program. Learn more about the inherent requirements and make an informed decision about your capacity to undertake the program.

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