Our Degree Programmes

Undergraduate Programmes

Our degree programmes are designed to educate Engineers in a dynamic and exciting learning environment. Students can choose from a Bachelor of Engineering (BEng) in Engineering (Civil) or a Master of Engineering (MEng) in Engineering (Civil).

Our degrees are flexible so that students can build a degree which suits their learning needs, with an option to specialise in a range of minors from across the Faculty of Engineering at UCL, such as Environmental Engineering, Management, or Programming​.

Students can switch easily between a BEng or MEng in Civil Engineering. MEng students can Study Abroad in Year 3 with one of our partner universities in Asia, Europe, North America and Australia. MEng students can also take a year out in industry between Years 3 and 4.

You can also apply to study Engineering & Architectural Design MEng, a four-year programme which allows you to combine architectural knowledge and vision with a robust understanding of engineering for the built environment. This programme is a pioneering collaboration between The Bartlett School of Architecture, The Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering and The Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering.

A full list of our taught modules can be found here.

UCL CEGE Undergraduate students
Postgraduate Taught Programmes
At postgraduate level, the department offers ten specialist taught masters (MSc) degree programmes, covering a broad range of disciplines in Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering and reflecting the wide spectrum of specialities and expertise in the department.

All of our MSc programmes are 1-year full time courses, but a number are also offered as part time over 2, 3 or 5 years allowing greater flexibility for those in industry who wish to continue their studies.

A full list of our taught modules can be found here.
UCL CEGE Postgraduate students
Postgraduate Research Degrees
​​You can pursue three different research degrees at CEGE.
MPhil and PhD are conventional research degrees. Any student will be first registered as an MPhil, but during the course will have the opportunity to demonstrate his or her academic capability.
An Engineering Doctorate or EngD is a four-year research degree set up in collaboration with an industrial partner.
UCL CEGE Research Student
CPD Courses
​A range of our programme modules are also available to professionals as Continuing Professional Development courses.
These CPD courses are for members of industry who are interested in maintaining their knowledge and skills, and making use of CEGE's industry-leading academics, researchers and facilities.
UCL CEGE student on a CPD visit

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