Explore the digital resources we developed for Women in Construction project. There are videos, booklet and e-learning.


See many different roles in the construction industry. 


These videos highlight the significance of the construction industry, give an overview of the construction industry, and show different roles available where women also can participate and build a successful career. We have interviewed women from the following roles: contracts administrator, site engineer, quantity surveyor, senior project engineer, etc.

Christelle Tuyau-Contracts Administrator

Maggie Lucas-Submissions Coordinator

Loredana Hibberd-Design Manager

Emily Taylor-Site Engineer 

Erica Drummond-Senior Project Engineer

Jessica Ferguson-Quantity Surveyor

Renee Zaitouni-Environmental Social Governance (ESG) Coordinator

Lucia Lu-Project Engineer

Natalie Arad-National Bid Manager


Construction degrees available in Australia.


This booklet is intended to list available higher education degrees in construction in Australia. The information was gathered from the websites of higher education providers.

Some remarks in the booklet:

1. It should be noted that the length of degrees offered by some universities may be shortened depending on the applicant's work experience. Please contact the education provider for more information.

2. The location refers to the physical location. However, if it is marked ‘online’, it means the program is only delivered online.

3. Some programs may have different physical locations due to different enrolment times or may require students to travel between campuses or offer a blended delivery mode. 

A.     For Construction Management degree

This list includes construction degrees offered by Australian universities from AQF level 5 (Diploma) to AQF level 8 (Bachelor honours degree). The degrees included cover construction management, construction technologies and building surveying.

B.     For Other Related degree

This list includes other degrees related to construction, such as postgraduate degrees in related fields, and degrees in property and construction law, from AQF level 5 (Diploma) to AQF level 9 (Master’s degree).  

*the information is current as of 25 Sep 2023. 


Unconscious bias free online course.


UNSW in collaboration with Cognicity have developed this e-learning to help construction organisations ensure a transparent and criteria-based formal recruitment/promotion process that can support women in entering and developing their career in the construction industry. If you or your company would like to participate in this online training, please contact Yenny Bendatu at y.bendatu@unsw.edu.au.