Graduates in Civil Engineering are responsible for the planning, design, risk assessment, construction, and maintenance of buildings, infrastructure, and entire cities. This challenge requires profound knowledge and understanding of a number of different areas – including roads, railways, bridges and tunnels, houses, load-bearing structures and facades, heating, lighting, acoustics and fire safety, water supply, drains and sewers, canals, harbours and offshore structures as well as urban planning.
Civil Engineering graduates typically start their own business or are employed by, for instance:
- consulting engineering firms or contractors
- local authorities
- public agencies
- educational and research institutions
The course is available in the following countries: