The CTS at UCL is more than just a research group. We are heavily involved in the teaching of Transport Studies at all levels here of study, from the department's Civil Engineering undergraduate programmes to our two taught MSc courses.

BEng/MEng Civil Engineering

Transport forms an integral part of our Civil Engineering curriculum through specific modules, project-based scenarios and the Integrated Engineering Programme which spans all UCL Engineering departments. Our current Undergraduate Transport modules include:


MSc in Transport (with Imperial College London)

The long-standing intercollegiate MSc in Transport, offered in conjunction with the Centre for Transport at Imperial College London, has recently been extended to allow students to select one of three different pathways:
  • Transport
  • Transport with Business Management
  • Transport with Sustainable Development
All pathways in the programme are offered full-time over one year, or part-time over two or three years, beginning in September each year. A minimum of a good Honours degree from a UK university in a subject of relevance to transport, or an equivalent qualification from an overseas institution, with an adequate level of numeracy, is normally required for entry.



MSc in Transport, Health, and Policy


MSc in Railway (with Atkins, UK)