Our civil engineering degree programmes have proved a successful training ground for female civil engineers who are now forging their way in the world’s leading engineering companies. Meet some of our talented staff, students and alumni, and find out why they chose to pursue a career within this fascinating discipline.
Facilities include a purpose-built soil mechanics and geology laboratory.
We have a Centre for Environmental Health Engineering (CEHE), a Robens centre for Public and Environmental Health and six wind tunnels.
Our research embraces an inter-disciplinary approach to the analysis of sustainable systems.
Civil engineering student Ben Elphick explains how playing with construction toy K’Nex as a child fuelled his passion for a career in engineering.
Research by Michelle Hicks, who graduated from Surrey’s MEng Civil Engineering programme in 2014, has been published in the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) Journal Buildings & Structures.
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering’s Professional Training Day was a chance for industrial sponsors and students to celebrate the end of a very successful year.