BEng programmes

Department of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering
Dr Mujib Rahman
Undergraduate Course Director and Admissions Tutor
• Find out more about the courses and the benefits to you during our
presentation and in the Subject Zone
• Learn about our work placement opportunities, tutoring system and
pastoral support
• Explore our walk-everywhere campus and discover where you’ll
study and live
• Visit the Student Zone to find out about our services including
Professional Development Centre
• Listen to the Vice-Chancellor’s Welcome
Overall student satisfaction ‘National Student Survey (NSS) 2014’
• Top in London
• 3rd in the UK
Students benefit from well-equipped, modern laboratory facilities for
geotechnical engineering, structural analysis and testing of innovative
civil engineering materials
Site visits, residential field courses and hands-on practicals link theory
to real-world challenges
• Civil Engineering (BEng and MEng)
• Civil Engineering with Sustainability (BEng and MEng)
BEng (Bachelor of Engineering)
3 years full-time or 4 years with a paid placement year in industry
MEng (Master of Engineering)
4 years full-time or 5 years with a paid placement year in industry
Civil Engineering
with Sustainability
Civil Engineering
Level 1
Fundamental knowledge and skills
Level 2
Enhanced knowledge, skills and design
Placement year (recommended but optional)
Level 3
Advanced topics and design
Level 4
Advanced topics, design and application
Accredited by:
• Institution of Civil Engineers
• Institution of Structural Engineers
• Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation
• Institute of Highway Engineers
The BEng degree course fully satisfies the educational base for an
Incorporated Engineer (IEng)
The MEng degree course has been accredited as fully satisfying the
educational base for a Chartered Engineer (CEng)
• BEng programmes: GCE A-level ABB, including Maths and a
Science subject
• MEng programmes: GCE A-level AAA, including Maths and a
Science subject
• Engineering Foundation Year: GCE A-level CCC, including Maths
or Physics
You will also need GCSE Maths and English at grade C or above
Design and Build – Infrastructure
Bridges, railways, foundations, housing, dams, roads, tunnels, slope
stabilisation, water supply, drainage, flood defence.. etc.
Clifton Bridge, Bristol
Isambard Kingdom Brunel
Laboratory practicals
Site visits and field trips
Design studio sessions
Fluid mechanics practical
Site visit to Shard Building
• One stop centre – part-time jobs, vacation work, sandwich
placements and graduate roles – students working in part-time jobs
on campus will this year collectively earn £1 million
• At least six careers fairs and targeted forums a year
• Employer-led workshops
• Individual and confidential help with career decisions, placements
and skills development
Clancy Docwra
Coca-Cola Enterprises
Heathrow Airport Holdings
Laing O’Rourke
Thames Water
UKDN Waterflow
• Brunel’s Civil Engineering student society
• A place to share the most interesting things in engineering since
Isambard Kingdom Brunel
Visit our Subject Zone and join in with the drop-in activity taking place:
• How civil engineers stop structures from bridges to buildings from
falling down
See our photographic display of field trips and view our student projects
and surveying equipment