Collaborative Postgraduate Programme

Our Collaborative Postgraduate Programme sees us working with every university in Scotland to place students from a variety of relevant disciplines into three month residencies with industry partners where the students work with each host company to identify and develop solutions to industry challenges. 

Our programme offers postgraduate students: 

  • Fully funded post-graduate courses.
  • Opportunity to work with construction companies on innovative projects. 
  • Students from all disciplines who are working on a construction related challenge eligible to apply
  • Knowledge exchange opportunities

 

The programme is designed to help graduates prepare for a career in the construction industry while simultaneously helping businesses to access their future workforce. 

Student Case Studies

Scotland v Denmark: Healthy Buildings compared

Natalie Bain-Reguis: Edinburgh Napier University: MSc Built Environment

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The legislative technological aspects of BIM implementation

Adrian Szalinski: Robert Gordon University: MSc Construction Project Management

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Analysing future flood risk for Menstrie Village in Clackmannanshire

Caitlin McKellar: Heriot Watt University: MSc Water and Environmental Management

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Understanding the structural potential for offsite systems

Ciaran Craik: Edinburgh Napier University: MSc Advanced Structural Engineering

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Can UK timber hold its own with imported wood?

Dale Johnstone: Edinburgh Napier University: MSc Advanced Structural Engineering

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The use of lightweight aggregate in concrete structures to reduce costs and environmental impact

Dale Johnstone: Edinburgh Napier University: MSc Advanced Structural Engineering

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This programme will introduce a fresh batch of highly-skilled, enthusiastic thinkers and potential leaders of tomorrow into the construction industry.
- Lisa Deane, Skills and Training Manager

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