Working with local communities, natural resources and structures from microscopic to interplanetary scales, civil and environmental engineers improve our surroundings and the way we fit into them. They design cities, buildings, handholds on buses, satellites, flood defences, and much more.
Some reasons to study Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering at UCL…
UCL Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering pioneered scenario based learning. Students undertake week-long scenarios in small groups where they put their skills and knowledge to work on open-ended problems such as designing a footbridge, wind farm or tube carriage, experiencing the teamwork and problem solving of a professional engineer. Students also take part in two residential field trips: a surveying and field studies trip to Lampeter in first year, and a visit to the Constructionarium at the National Construction College (Norfolk) in second year giving hands-on experience of being a site engineer.
Rated the best place to study civil engineering in the UK by The Guardian in 2012 and 2013
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