The Civil Engineering Division provides a wide range of education opportunities, including undergraduate, postgraduate and executive programmes.
For more information regarding the two Masters programmes offered at our Division, please visit the following pages:
The Construction Engineering Masters (CEM) Degree is a bespoke and unique leadership programme for the construction industry.
The MPhil in Engineering for Sustainable Development course is a Professional Practice Programme designed for students from an engineering background, and preferably with some post graduate work experience in the engineering industry.
We are always looking for bright PhD students to join us. Many of our research groups have their own PhD studentships and links to their Jobs & Studentship pages are listed on the right. The research group pages are a great resource to learn more about our division, our members, research interests, and the kinds of projects being carried out. Although it is not necessary before applying, if you have doubts about whether your background is suitable for a particular PhD programme or if you have questions about a specific research group, you are welcome to contact one of the faculty members directly.
The EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Future Infrastructure and Built Environment: Resilience in a Changing World (FIBE2) is also part of the division and aims to lead the transformation in the resilience of our infrastructure through the creation of their inspirational doctoral training programme for talented cohorts from diverse academic and social backgrounds to conduct world-class, cutting-edge industry-relevant research.
How to Apply
General information about applying, including the application forms and deadlines for graduate study is available on the Graduate Admissions website. Further information is provided on the Department of Engineering's Graduate Studies pages.