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Civil engineers find creative ways to solve real-world problems, developing the physical infrastructure for society to exist: from bridges to houses, and from roads to hospitals and train stations. Our Master of Engineering (MEng) in Civil Engineering brings together undergraduate and Masters-level course content. You’ll develop high-level knowledge of civil engineering principles and theory, alongside analytical, practical and engineering skills and techniques.
Why study this course?
- An accredited MEng is the most direct route to Chartered Engineering (CEng) status. This new degree, once accredited, will fully satisfy the education base for CEng status.
- Graduate with a Masters-level qualification, demonstrating a thorough understanding of the theory and principles of civil engineering. Develop advanced problem-solving and project management skills, with design and project work forming the core of this course.
- Benefit from our Building Blocks financial package, supporting you throughout your time at NTU and enabling you to make the most of your studies. As well as money towards the cost of your course materials, you’ll also benefit from study trips and live projects, included in the cost of your course fees, free personal protective equipment (PPE) and a pre-paid printing allowance.
- Benefit from excellent employability prospects. Due to a skills shortage and a boom in the construction industry, civil engineering graduates are heavily sought after.
- Gain vital skills and experience in the workplace by undertaking a one-year placement.
- Apply your learning to the real world and network with experts in industry, with opportunities to take part in site visits, a residential surveying trip (included in course fees), and live projects as part of the course.
- Experience hands-on learning in our modern facilities and workshops, offering industry-standard equipment and support from our team of expert technicians.
- Tailor your studies in your final year, with the choice of an optional module to build on your personal interests relating to civil engineering. Where possible, you’ll also have the chance to work alongside our postgraduate students on selected modules.
How does this course differ from our BSc (Hons) Civil Engineering and BEng (Hons) Civil Engineering courses?
- Our MEng (Hons) Civil Engineering course builds on the three (or four with placement) years of our BEng (Hons) Civil Engineering course with an additional year of study. This additional year will give you the chance to work on more complex projects and broaden your engineering knowledge base.
- Our BEng (Hons) Civil Engineering course contains a higher level of mathematics and structural analysis, in comparison to our BSc (Hons) Civil Engineering course. Our BEng course partially satisfies the educational base for Chartered Engineer status (CEng).
Careers and employability
Our course is designed to prepare you to succeed in the construction industry. Through working on real projects from industry, fieldwork and regularly updated course content, you’ll be equipped with skills and experience to carry with you for the rest of your professional career.
Recent growth in UK industry has revealed a skills shortage in this area. You’ll graduate with desirable skills and knowledge, boosting your employment prospects.
Where do Civil Engineering graduates from NTU work?
NTU has a strong civil engineering alumni community, with many graduates working in senior positions in leading national and international companies.
Recent BEng Civil Engineering graduate destinations include:
- Balfour Beatty: graduate engineer, graduate site engineer
- BAM Nuttall: civil engineering assistant, graduate engineer
- Abbey Pynford: design engineer
- Acciona Energia: trainee graduate engineer
- Bridgeway Consulting: site investigation engineer
- BWB Consulting: graduate engineer
- Interserve: graduate civil engineer
- Jackson Civil Engineering: graduate engineer
- VINCI Construction: assistant civil engineer
- VolkerFitzpatrick: site engineer, civil engineer.
Civil Engineers are in demand both in the UK and worldwide. There are many types of employers that you may work for, including civil engineering contractors, commercial construction and development companies, private practices, local authorities, and utility companies.