All our students are experienced professionals working for construction companies around the world. Find out what they say about the CEM programme here.
Students spend a total of seven residential weeks in Cambridge during the two years of the degree; four weeks in the first year and three in the second.
During each residential week, the programme includes:
- Lectures and seminars
- Group projects
- Individual meetings with supervisors.
Contributing lecturers have included the UK's current and former Chief Construction Advisors to the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills and the Department for Transport; the Chair of the UK Government BIM Implementation Group, the Technical Director of High Speed 2, the Head of the UK Office for Nuclear Regulation, CEOs and senior directors of many major client, contractor and consulting organisations, leading journalists and the Director of Construction for the London 2012 Olympics, to name but a few.
Students become full members of Queens' College, a medieval college founded in 1448 that sits astride the River Cam with its two halves joined across the river by the famous Mathematical Bridge.