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Engineers now require a period of postgraduate study (a 'matching section' or 'period of further learning') after achieving an honours degree on an accredited BEng programme before they can become eligible for chartered (CEng) status. This requirement was first introduced by the Engineering Council in Standards and Routes to registration (SARTOR) in 1997. An updated document (UK-SPEC, 2004) introduced the term 'Period of Further Learning' to define the MSc requirement. The MSc Building Services Engineering programme has been designed primarily as a 'period of further learning' to follow an Honours degree in Building Services Engineering or Environmental Engineering. The degree is approved by the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers(CIBSE). The MSc degree and a suitable accredited BEng (Hons) degree will together form the educational base for full CEng status.

Engineers now require a period of postgraduate study (a 'matching section' or 'period of further learning') after achieving an honours degree on an accredited BEng programme before they can become eligible for chartered (CEng) status. This requirement was first introduced by the Engineering Council in Standards and Routes to registration (SARTOR) in 1997. An updated document (UK-SPEC, 2004)...

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