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Civil engineering deals with the design and development process in the built environment building infrastructure such as bridges, roads, dams or buildings. A civil engineer gets involved in the whole construction process, from development to evaluation and also develops a maintenance system of the construction project.

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315 Civil Engineering & Construction Bachelor's degrees in United Kingdom

B.Sc. Civil Engineering (Hons)

Civil Engineers are responsible for virtually all the great structures around us. It’s the work that they do that makes or lives easier – from roads and airports, to access to clean water and electricity. The Civil Engineering (Hons) programme is delivered by University of Derby.

University of Derby Engineering and Technology College
B.Eng. Civil Engineering

Civil engineering is all about creating, improving and protecting the environment in which we live. It provides the facilities for day-to-day life, and for transport and industry to go about its work.

School of the Built Environment
B.Sc. Mechanical Engineering with Building Services (MEng)

Modern businesses demand an increasingly high quality environment in which to work. The design of heating, ventilation and air conditioning, visual and aural services, lighting, transportation and security systems are becoming more complex, efficient and sophisticated to meet this demand.

College of Engineering, Design and Physical Sciences
B.Sc. Quantity Surveying

Quantity surveyors play a vital role in the building and construction industry around the world. They work alongside other professionals, managing the financial and legal aspects of building projects from initial estimate to final calculation.

Pre-Bachelor Historic Building Conservation

The UK's historic built environment is rich and diverse. It provides an important sense of national identity, contributing to our quality of life and benefitting the country's economy and education. This programme provides vocational education in the repair, maintenance and improvement of these historic buildings.

Bachelor Civil Enginerring HND

Civil engineers are responsible for designing, constructing and operating a wide range of infrastructure projects, including major structures, highways and water resources. With sustainability high on the agenda it creates a challenge for more complex, yet innovative, cost-effective environmentally sensitive solutions.

Faculty of Arts, Environment & Technology
Bachelor Civil and Environmental Engineering (MEng)

The Civil and Environmental Engineering programme offers you a highly regarded degree course at one of the top universities in this field, preparing you for exciting future career opportunities in designing and working with the built and natural environments.

B.Sc. Building Surveying

Analyse building performance and material lifecycles to establish the cause and effect of building defects. This course prepares you for a successful career in building surveying. You will benefit from the Department's strong links with industry and the surveying profession.

B.Sc. Architecture

The Architecture BSc aims to inspire and exercise you in a wide and diverse range of experiences so as to develop an independent, creative, experimental and rigorous approach to design. You are guided in discovering your own vision in architecture within a vibrant and exciting culture.

Built Environment
BEng (Hons)/MEng Civil Engineering

The course in Civil Engineering is designed to allow graduates to work in both consultancy or contracting within industry. It incorporates elements of Structural design, Highway design and Water and Wastewater design.

Bachelor Construction - HNC

Offering expert training for technologists in the design, production and management of buildings, and providing advanced entry to our associated degrees, this Construction - HNC course at Birmingham City University has flexibility, practical focus and professional respect.

School of Engineering and the Built Environment
B.Sc. Architectural Technology

The Architectural Technology course at Birmingham City University is where the science of construction meets the art of design. The course focuses not only on the creation of the built environment, but also the structuring of space in and around it.

School of Architecture and Design
B.Sc. Architectural Technology

Architectural technologists can take a building from concept to completion, designing and detailing buildings to bring ideas to life. On this course, you will enhance your flair for design and combine it with a technical understanding of how buildings work.

Faculty of Arts, Environment & Technology
B.Sc. (Hons) Civil Engineering

Civil engineering is all about creating, improving and protecting the environment in which we live. This (Hons) Civil Engineering course at Coventry University supports a career in the design or construction of civil and structural engineering projects.

Energy, Construction and Environment
B.Eng. Civil Engineering with Sustainability (MEng)

This course has been designed in close consultation with industry and is accredited by the Institution of Civil Engineers, the Institution of Structural Engineers, the Institution of Highways and Transportation, and the Institute of Highway Incorporated Engineers for 2007-2010.

College of Engineering, Design and Physical Sciences
MEng Civil and Environmental Engineering

This forward-thinking MEng programme capitalises on our expertise in civil engineering and our cutting-edge research in water and climate systems to provide specialist teaching in environmental engineering. You will obtain thorough civil engineering training but with an added emphasis placed on environmental issues.

College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences
B.A. Interior Design

Designing for interiors requires both artistic flair and technical know-how. These are two very distinct skill sets that you will develop throughout this course.

School of the Built Environment
B.A. Architecture (Hons)

This course offers you a distinctive approach to the subject of architecture based upon a consideration of places and cultures around the world. You'll have the opportunity to examine different cultural regions and design your own innovative, beautiful, humane and sustainable architecture in response.

B.Sc. Project Management for Construction

Designed to respond to concerns that many of the problems of the construction industry result from the lack of good management, this BSc equips you with the tools necessary to manage the changing nature of the industry, with an emphasis on the development of analytical and managerial skills.

Built Environment
B.Eng. Civil Engineering with Foundation

The BEng (Hons) Civil Engineering with Foundation will give you the technological, vocational and personal skills for a career in the civil engineering industry or will support your professional development if you are already working in the field.

B.Eng. Civil Engineering (BEng (Hons) or MEng)

You will develop a sound understanding of the mathematical, analytical and practical engineering techniques needed to ensure that you can develop safe, sustainable and cost-effective design ideas. Alongside this, you will be helped to acquire key personal and professional skills that underpin the management required to bring any project into reality.

Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences
B.Eng. Civil Engineering

Our course is for inquisitive engineers who want to answer the difficult questions about the future of civil engineering. You'll want to push the boundaries of design and construction to generate new ideas and possibilities.

Department of Architecture & Civil Engineering
B.A. Architecture

All three years of this degree course are divided approximately equally between lecture courses and studio-based courses. 

Department of Architecture, Landscape and Town Planning
B.Sc. Architecture

The Welsh School of Architecture (WSA) has a reputation of being one of the best schools in the UK. The BSc/MArch is a unique degree scheme, as following completion of the 3 year BSc (or equivalent qualification from another university) the first year of the MArch - the Year of Education in Practice - is spent predominantly in architectural practice . The BSc satisfies Part 1 and the MArch Part 2 of the UK professional qualification for architects, and is approved by the RIBA and ARB. Its holistic approach to design embraces all aspects of architecture. The learning experience is focused around the studio project, based on the traditional one-to-one approach to design teaching. The studio culture is strong with high quality working space, workshops and computer aided design facilities.

B.Sc. Construction Management (Hons)

This course is well-suited to those who wish to pursue a career in the construction industry. The course focuses on the management of construction projects and will appeal to those who wish to work in construction project management, site management or quantity surveying upon graduation.

Built environment
Pre-Bachelor Undergraduate Pathway in Civil Engineering

For international students, EIC is an excellent pathway at Edinburgh Napier University, providing access to Undergraduate degree courses. If you're thinking about doing a university degree in the UK, but are worried about how you'll cope in a UK university context, EIC is the perfect solution.

Edinburgh International College
B.Sc. Construction Project Management

This programme aims to provide students with the knowledge, leadership and managerial skills necessary for the effective delivery of construction projects in which feasibility, planning, design, construction and occupation are all considered and managed. It also aims to develop effective team leadership which is essential to the management of construction projects.

B.Sc. Quantity Surveying

Quantity surveyors are in demand around the world, and can often move into top managerial posts. Through our Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) accredited course you’ll learn to provide strategic advice and services as construction projects are designed and developed.

Faculty of Science & Technology
B.Eng. Civil Engineering (Hons)

Civil engineering is a rewarding profession with engineers increasingly working in multidisciplinary teams. This practical course will ensure you have the technical and management capabilities to contribute effectively in a wide range of environments.

Faculty of Arts, Environment & Technology
B.Sc. Quantity Surveying and Construction Commercial Management

Quantity surveyors and commercial managers undertake all costs related to building and civil engineering projects, from the initial concepts to final figures.  If you think logically, enjoy using your own initiative, are interested in financial matters, like dealing with people and want to work in and out of the office, then this is the course for you.

Bachelor Construction BTEC HNC

The Higher National Certificate is primarily for those employed within the construction industries who are seeking to further their career and gain an industry recognised qualification. This Construction BTEC HNC course is offered by London South Bank University.

B.Eng. Architectural Engineering

Cardiff School of Engineering offers degrees in Architectural, Civil, and Civil & Environmental Engineering that are amongst the highest ranked such courses in the UK. We are highly regarded for our teaching both in the National Student Survey and national and international league tables. We are also amongst the highest rated UK Civil Engineering schools for our research.

B.Sc. Construction Management (Hons)

This course will give you the knowledge, skills and understanding as well as industry contacts to help you develop into that role and to take on that kind of responsibility.  It is also accredited by the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) and fits within their educational framework for professional membership. 

B.Eng. Civil Engineering (Beng/Meng Hons)

Civil Engineering (Beng/Meng Hons) at Queen's University Belfast is concerned with the planning, design, construction, sustainability, management and maintenance of infrastructure. Fields of activity include structures, transportation, foundations and water engineering. Civil engineers require technical skills and are concerned with management and the protection of the environment.

School of Engineering
B.Sc. Civil Engineering

The world is full of infrastructure. As a civil engineer, you’ll be responsible for its design and construction. From bridges, roads and buildings to dams, pipelines and airports, you’ll learn the skills needed to develop the systems and structures that allow our society to operate efficiently. Combining mathematical and design skills, and communication and management abilities, a civil engineering role will appeal if you have an enquiring, technical mind.

Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Creative
B.Sc. Architectural and Interdisciplinary Studies

The innovative Architectural and Interdisciplinary Studies BSc addresses architectural space from an interdisciplinary perspective and explores alternative approaches to design and creative practice. The flexible nature of the BSc enables students to tailor a programme of study suited to their own interests both within and outside the built environment.

Built Environment
B.Eng. Structural Engineering with Architecture

Civil and environmental engineering involves the application of scientific knowledge and modern engineering tools to the analysis, design, construction and maintenance of all major forms of infrastructure. The discipline is very wide ranging, impacting on our daily lives in diverse ways. Ultimately it aims to ensure a sustainable local and global society, particularly in light of current challenges such as global climate change.

College of Science & Engineering
B.Sc. Construction Management and Surveying

Develop a thorough knowledge of technical and managerial issues within the construction sector and open up a wide range of alternative career paths. A particular emphasis is placed on transferable skills and University of Reading graduates are renowned for rapid progression to senior management positions in a variety of firms within the construction sector.

B.Sc. Building Surveying

Our BSc (Hons) Building Surveying course offers the opportunity to develop a wide range of skills, such as problem-solving and defect analysis, which are highly valued in the property profession. As a Building Surveying student, you will study and work with students of other surveying and civil engineering courses in a multi-disciplinary approach which reflects working relationships in industry.

Faculty of Technology
B.Sc. Quantity Surveying

Quantity surveyors are problem solvers. They manage all costs relating to building and civil engineering projects, from the initial calculations to the final figures. Aiming to minimise costs and enhance value for money whilst delivering projects to the required quality and on time.

B.Eng. Civil Engineering (Hons)

Do you want to tackle global problems like water or energy supply security and defence against flooding in a changing, highly populated world? You will understand how to apply core engineering principles to real world problem using simulations, models or experiments.

Advanced Diploma HNC Quantity Surveying

Students have the opportunity to work in the built environment studio centre. This modern studio space has been developed to give students access to an environment which mirrors the feel and atmosphere of a professional studio. The HNC Quantity Surveying programme is offered at the Southampton Solent University.

Built environment
B.Sc. Building Surveying Hons

Building Surveying Hons requires a combination of technical, economic and managerial skills. The programme from the University of Greenwich reflects this diversity through lectures, studio sessions, individual input and teamwork on projects, seminars, workshops and site visits.

School of Architecture & Construction
B.A. Architectural History and Archaeology

The MA Architectural History and Archaeology programme aims to equip students with an understanding of architecture’s formal qualities, theoretical frameworks and relationship to the wider cultural, social, economic and political circumstances in which works of art and architecture were created.

College of Humanities & Social Science
B.Eng. Civil Engineering with Foundation Year (Hons)

Gain the skills and knowledge required to continue onto a civil engineering degree with our successful and well-established civil engineering foundation course. This course is particularly suitable if you do not yet have the appropriate level of qualifications for direct entry to year one of the degree, and is popular with students returning to study.

B.Eng. Civil Engineering with Sustainability

Civil Engineering with Sustainability aims to produce the next generation of leading Civil Engineers. Drawing on an impressive body of pure and applied research engineers and scientists, we will introduce you to mainstream civil engineering knowledge, ranging from geotechnical site assessment to assessing and designing structures and environmental engineering.

College of Engineering, Design and Physical Sciences
B.Sc. Property Management (Building Surveying) (Hons)

Covering a broad construction curriculum, the Property Management (Building Surveying) (Hons) B.Sc. degree course from London South Bank University explores all the areas needed to become a professional within the construction industry. It is designed for those pursuing a career in building surveying and property management in the construction industry.

B.Eng. Architectural Engineering

Leeds was the first university in the UK to offer architectural engineering degrees some 50 years ago. This course is truly interdisciplinary, designed to produce engineers who can design buildings by integrating the principles and practice of architecture, building physics and structural engineering.

Faculty of Engineering
Pre-Bachelor Civil Engineering

This Civil Engineering course, offered by London South Bank University, is proving very popular with graduates from other fields now working in civil engineering, and with people from Europe working in London and seeking to extend their technical education, using the part-time route.

B.Sc. Building Surveying

Building surveyors are building doctors. They work on the development of new buildings alongside the maintaining and restoration of existing across residential, industrial, leisure and historical projects.

B.Eng. Civil Engineering

The programme covers the main Civil Engineering disciplines of structures, geotechnics, water engineering and transportation engineering, and provides students with the key skills and knowledge required to become chartered civil engineers. 

B.Sc. Architectural Technology

An architectural technologist is a specialist in the technological aspects of building design and construction, bridging the gap between design theory and construction practice.

Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Creative
B.Eng. Civil Engineering (Hons)

Our professionally accredited Civil Engineering BEng Honours degree equips you with core engineering knowledge and a wide range of practical skills for a career in this vital sector.

School of Engineering
B.A. Architecture

The BA Hons in Architecture at Ulster University is a studio-based, full-time course delivered over three academic years. There is an exit qualification of an Associated Bachelors (AB) after two academic years, with a further one academic year for BA Hons completion.

BEng/MEng Civil Engineering with Architecture

Civil Engineering with Architecture will give you an understanding of the architect’s role in construction and the interaction between architect and civil engineer. Civil Engineering with Architecture  is offered at University of Glasgow.

B.Sc. (Hons) Quantity Surveying and Commercial Management

Quantity surveyors have exciting and challenging roles. Their involvement in construction projects begins at the feasibility stage, continues through the detailed design and construction stages and often continues when the project is completed. Consequently no two days are the same. The (Hons) Quantity Surveying and Commercial Management degree is offered by Coventry University.

Energy, Construction and Environment