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Civil Engineering

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You'll learn to help solve real-world engineering challenges and support the future development of our society. You'll get hands-on civil engineering experience in labs in our new National Infrastructure Laboratory, and gain understanding from hydraulics to soil mechanics, and structural design to construction management.

Learn from the best, our Civil Engineering courses are ranked number 1 in the country (Guardian University Guide, 2021). You'll benefit from our strong staff to student ratio and learn about the latest research developments in civil engineering as they happen.

BEng Civil Engineering

BEng Civil Engineering (3 years)

Learn about structural mechanics, geotechnics, hydraulics, and construction management. Apply your knowledge and develop the required skills to become a successful civil engineer.

MEng Civil Engineering

MEng Civil Engineering (4 years)

Study a more extensive range of advanced civil engineering subjects in this four-year integrated masters.  Develop your design skills in a major group design project.

Ranked 1st in the UK for Civil Engineering - Guardian University Guide 2021
100% agreed that their course has provided them with opportunities to explore ideas or concepts in depth*
97% could access course-specific resources
100% agreed that they have had the right opportunities to provide feedback on their course*

The Constructionarium

As part of your studies you’ll take part in the Constructionarium Challenge at the National Construction College.

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Southampton is great, there’s lots of academic support from your lecturers and peers whilst also having quite friendly seniors to help you and guide you through your work if required. We have leading lecturers working on real life challenges meaning that for your projects you have the opportunity to work on current problems.

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*Civil Engineering Students - National Student Survey (NSS) 2020
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