Built Environment

There’s a high demand for skilled graduates and you’ll work on real projects while you learn. Use your technical drawing skills on commercial and residential building projects. Or become a quantity surveyor and learn how to estimate building costs and complete tenders for construction contracts. More details

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It doesn’t matter if you’re stuck on a concept or even if you think you’re doing well, it’s always good to get another perspective.
Mervyn
Mervyn, Learning Advisor

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Architectural Technology and Quantity Surveying are fields that offer exciting and challenging careers.

Technicians in both fields are in high demand, providing fantastic job opportunities to those entering the field. You'll learn from professionals from the industry who have a wealth of knowledge and experience in the areas they teach.

Technology cadetships can be arranged through our connections with employers, offering successful students the ability to earn while they learn. Work on real projects for some of New Zealand’s leading companies and gain valuable work experience.