You’ll study all the major subjects you need to master as a civil engineer, such as structures, fluids, geotechnics, materials, environmental impact, surveying and mathematics.
At the same time, you’ll link these subject areas to solve challenging civil engineering problems, focusing on the design of transport infrastructure and planning for sustainability and resilience of the system. Optional modules will allow you to tailor the course to suit your interests and career plans, with topics such as railway engineering and environmental health engineering.
When you graduate the Civil Engineering with Transport course at University of Leeds, you are very likely to find employment in the core contracting and consulting arms of the civil and transport industry, which combined is worth over £85bn in the UK alone. However, the technical, communication and management skills you will develop during your civil engineering and project management studies are also in particular demand, for example in international finance, investment banking and large project management.
90% of our recent civil engineering graduates have gone on to work or further study within six months of graduating. Many have secured professional or managerial positions as graduate engineers and civil engineers, graduate structural engineers and project coordinators with a range of organisations.
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MEng, BEng: 4 years full timeBEng: 3 Years
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This scholarship is for any internationally rated applicant who has been offered a place on any of the undergraduate degree courses within the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences.
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