Civil Engineering courses
From the worlds tallest buildings to the most spectacular bridges, airports, highways, hospitals, dams, high speed rail and defences against flooding, Civil Engineers provide society with the critical infrastructure we all need to function in a modern and successful society.
Undergraduate Civil Engineering courses
|Courses to choose from||UCAS Code|
|BEng (Hons) Civil Engineering||H201|
|MEng (Hons) Civil Engineering||H200|
Why study Civil Engineering?
- Employer link with BRE will allow students to benefit from the use of laboratory facilities, industry proposed design projects, guest lectures, staff expertise and industry relevant modules.
- High employment prospects among Civil Engineers, the UK government recently announced major infrastructure projects worth around £460bn.
- Work placement/study abroad year is available to all of our third year Civil Engineering students, allowing you to broaden your horizons and gain invaluable real life work experience.
- A wide range of specialist facilities are available at the School of Engineering and Technology.
The course is designed to give you the educational base leading to professional recognition as a Chartered Engineer.
Partnership with BRE
The Civil Engineering course is offered in partnership with the world renowned BRE, formerly the Building Research Establishment, which allows you access to specialist facilities such as fire testing, and heavy structural engineering, as well as benefiting from lectures and project supervision from internationally recognised experts.