- 2 intakes each year ; commences in every January and October
- 12 months learning period
- No Examination; Coursework only
- 3 modules by online synchronous webinars:
- Technical BIM Management
- Operational BIM Management
- Strategic BIM Management
- Local Student Support
This programme is designed, assessed and quality assured by Middlesex University.
Information at a Glance
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Medium of Instruction:English
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The programme is made up of 3 consecutive modules comprising a 3-stage structure. Each module carry 60 credits and the candidate will be awarded MSc upon completion of all 3 modules (180 credits).
This module aims to enhance your knowledge and understanding of BIM technical issues which is the core requirement for managing BIM processes. You will explore the integration of information models comprising of 3D models, graphical and non-graphical data along with their database systems and documentation. You will learn the best practices for coordinating technical teams from various disciplines to create models. You will also acquire skills for research issues related to newly emergent BIM practices and processes, and develop skills for reviewing, critically analysing, reporting and presenting these issues.
This module aims to enhance your knowledge and understanding of BIM operational and administrative issues. You will gain the ability to assess risks, manage quality control, and assess costs, budgets and project time phasing. You will learn the best practices for coordinating operational teams utilising BIM Models and data, updating acquisition of data between them, and aiding the smooth operation of construction procedures, facilities management and maintenance of a building. You will also acquire skills for research issues related to newly emergent BIM practices and processes, and develop skills for reviewing, critically analysing, reporting and presenting these issues.
This module aims to enhance your knowledge and understanding of BIM strategic issues. You will gain the ability to forecast risks, design protocols and quality assurance, assess budget planning, and foresee financial and commercial benefits of implementing BIM on an organisational level. You will learn the best practices for the creation of teams from different disciplines, defining organisational structure and roles within the BIM process, according to the adoption strategy of the organisation.
Students who successfully complete the programme can apply for Professional Membership (MHKIBIM) or Associate Membership (AMHKIBIM). For the assessment criteria, please refer to The Hong Kong Institute of Building Information Modelling
Dr Homeira Shayesteh
Dr Shayesteh joined Middlesex University in March 2017 and is currently part of the academic team for BIM Management MSc, and Architectural Technology BSc programmes. She is also an Honorary Research Fellow at the Bartlett, UCL where she studied and worked prior to joining Middlesex from 2001 to 2017. She was part of the delivery team of Building Information Modelling (BIM) Level 3 strategy with the UK Government Department of Business Innovation and Skills, contributing to the Digital Built Britain government strategy document. Her research interest lies in applied data-driven approaches to sustainable architecture, urbanism and from the users’ point of view.
Dr Tong Yang
Dr Yang joined the academic team for BIM Management MSc, and Architectural Technology BSc programmes in June 2016. As a Chartered Engineer and Committee member for the CIBSE Intelligent Buildings Group, she is engaged in effective communication between academics and practical professionals, and promoting state-of-art building science and technology through international collaboration.
- Degree qualification (minimum 2nd class, lower division) in an appropriate construction discipline (e.g., architecture, architectural technology, civil, mechanical, electrical engineering, surveying) and 3 years relevant industrial experience; OR
- Corporate membership of a relevant professional body including 3 years of relevant industrial experience; OR
- Relevant industrial experience on a case by case basis
- Non-English native speakers are required to show high level of competence in the use of English, equivalent to at least 6.5 in the IELTS test or TOEFL 575 (paper based), 237 (computer based); OR
- Graduated from a local institute in Hong Kong with honours degree, sub-degree or equivalent qualification has been taught and assessed in English; OR
- Passed the MU English test; OR
- Completed the MU approved pre-sessional English course.
|Ms Rosalind Wong|
General Enquiry / Course Enrolment / Membership
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