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University of Greenwich: Civil Engineering with Industrial Practice

Institution University of Greenwich
Department Wrong
Telephone 020 8331 9000
Study type Taught


This MSc in Civil Engineering with Industrial Practice is ideal for graduates looking to advance their careers in engineering managerial roles, manufacturing, or commercial enterprise.

This two-year civil engineering master's allows graduates and engineers to update their skills and technical knowledge to serve the future demands of the construction industry.

You'll discover more about civil engineering design and the management issues that arise in construction and civil engineering. You'll also improve your technical, professional and management skills through an independent project and a one-year internship with a related employer in the field.

The course is aimed at engineering and technology graduates who wish to pursue managerial roles in engineering and manufacturing. Students on this course will be able to discuss career options with organisations such as Atkins Global and the Environment Agency and review the next steps to becoming a Chartered Engineer.

  • This course is taught at our Medway Campus in Kent.

  • Ideal for graduates looking for managerial roles in engineering and manufacturing.

  • Update your knowledge and skills for the future demands of the construction industry.

  • You are responsible for securing your placement (with our help). But if this is not completed, you can still graduate with an award without industrial practice.


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