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We offer a wide range of opportunities for those working in the field to engage with our teaching and research and we support our researchers, students and academics in being a part of the exciting, vital application of engineering to the problems and opportunities facing us all. Ensuring a constant flow of ideas and technology to ensure that our mission statement "engineering a better world" is not just an ambition, but the reality of what we do.

Our graduates have great prospects for finding employment in private industry, government and academia. Engineers are sought after by employers due to their ability to tackle complex problems and provide engineered solutions. Some of the work sectors include consulting, design, manufacturing, construction, management, finance, research and teaching.

In particular our Beng/Meng students have the advantage of being armed with real practical engineering experience of working in groups throughout their degree programme with a broad understanding in a range of topics in both civil and environmental engineering. The specialist topics in year 3 and 4 allow students to shine in a particular expertise of their choice. Providing a valuable workforce capable and valuable members of the working world.

The teaching and learning process in Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering is unique in that the programmes are structured around solving problems in groups, where they learn skills that enable them to acquire and apply knowledge rather than simply assimilating information.

Students at all points in their learning interact with industrial and professional practitioners and organisations in a process of learning and development for everyone participating. We are engaged in a process of knowledge exchange, offering benefits and opportunities
to students, staff, professional contacts and the community.

Students should also browse the UCL Careers and TalentBank websites for more information on how UCL can help with job applications and interview practice, as well as current career and internship opportunities:

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