Our professionally accredited Civil Engineering MEng Honours degree includes an additional year of Master's-level study, which deepens your knowledge and provides the basis for registering as a Chartered Engineer.
You'll learn about the infrastructure that underpins our quality of life, and develop a strong understanding of how society might address global challenges such as climate change, population growth and resource scarcity.
During the fourth year you develop your research skills through an investigative research project. You also have the opportunity to specialise in:
Newcastle is a UK top 10 university for civil engineering, with excellent facilities and a design-intensive approach, leading to our high graduate employability.
Newcastle is ranked in the top 10 UK universities for civil engineering in The Complete University Guide 2015 and The Times/Sunday Times Good University Guide 2015.
We achieved an overall student satisfaction score of 90% in the 2014 National Student Survey and are ranked 3rd in the UK for research power (Research Excellence Framework 2014).
Civil and Structural Engineering at Newcastle ranks in the top 200 universities in the world in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2015.
You study modules across five themes, in different proportions depending on which degree you choose:
You take advanced modules in week-long blocks. You have a choice of modules that offer career-enhancing skills:
The School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences at Newcastle has close links with industry, enhancing the employability of our graduates:
Study at Newcastle and you will join our School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, based in the Cassie Building and the Drummond Building. Take a virtual tour of our facilities on the School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences' website.
This degree is approved by the Defence Technical Undergraduate Scheme (DTUS) for entry to all technical corps.
Find out more on the Armed Forces page on our website.
You quickly develop a sense of pride for the University, the course you're doing and the people you're studying with which I struggle to believe can be matched.